Microparticles that block the body’s immune response to damaged tissue could help prevent further harm.
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I’m MIT Technology Review’s research editor. I spend my days taking things extremely seriously and attempting with all my nerdy might to piece together bigger pictures from the bits and shreds of truth I manage to filter from the information barrage. I’m particularly obsessed with the energy-related challenges facing humanity and the future of the Internet.
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The ability to print retinal cells could lead to new therapies for retinal disorders such as macular degeneration.
Sunglasses made with nanoscale optical technology hint at a near future of inconspicuous head-mounted displays.
A novel vaccine design could lead to new weapons against often deadly bacterial infections.
Coal could be a source of cheap, nontoxic fluorescent nanoparticles useful for biomedicine.
Twitter’s footprint is growing fast, although English speakers in the U.S. remain the largest demographic. The trick now is to turn its global presence into advertising dollars.
New inks and tools allow 3-D printing of lithium-ion technology.
Kateeva says its new manufacturing equipment can produce affordable displays based on organic light-emitting diodes.
The appearance of indium gallium zinc oxide transistors in iPads shows that the display industry is poised to begin churning out a new breed of high-performance screens.
Drawing on artificial-intelligence capabilities, PARC researchers are developing software meant to help make manufacturing accessible to people without manufacturing expertise.