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EmTech @ MIT 2009 Media Coverage Highlights

Datacenter energy costs outpacing hardware prices – Oct. 1, 2009 Ars Technica
Ever Wish You Had a Sixth Sense? Check Out This Demo from MIT – Sept. 23, 2009 Boston.com
Health-Care Reform in Action – Sept. 23, 2009 BusinessWeek
Wow -- a New Approach to Vaccines – Sept. 23, 2009 BusinessWeek
EmTech: GE Places Bet on Cadmium Telluride Photovoltaics – Sept. 25, 2009 Design News
3 Qualities That Add Up to a Successful Product – Sept. 23, 2009 Gigaom
Challenges with innovation, the Facebook generation – Sept. 24, 2009 ITworld
EmTech: Innovation's Achilles heel, and misreading the Facebook generation - Sept. 23, 2009 The Industry Standard
Net neutrality, Alcatel-Lucent style – Sept. 25, 2009 Network World
Is Qualcomm's Mirasol the Future of Low-Power Displays? – Sept. 28, 2009 Popular Mechanics
MooBella’s Revamped Ice Cream Machines Debut at MIT After $18M Financing Deal – Sept. 29, 2009 Xconomy

EmTech @ MIT 2008 Media Coverage Highlights


EmTech07 Media Coverage Highlights

Emerging Tech at MIT Conference Worth Investigating - Sept. 27, 2007 eWEEK
Brazil's minister of culture calls for free digital society - Sept. 27, 2007 CNET News.com
Simonyi tells programmers to leave the Dark Ages - Sept. 26, 2007 CNET News.com
Q&A: The creators of Digg, StumbleUpon and Netvibes on Web 2.0's future - Sept. 27, 2007 Computerworld
U.S. faces competitive disadvantage from lack of women in tech jobs - Sept. 25, 2007 Computerworld
Emerging Technologies Conference Focuses on Metaverse, Nanoelectronics - Sept. 28, 2007 Design News
Parallel Processing Deemed ‘Next Big Thing' - Sept. 26, 2007 eWEEK
Are we already moving on from traditional social networking? - Sept. 27, 2007 Fortune
Tech giants chart research goals - Sept. 26, 2007 InfoWorld
Social-media pros: We're just getting started - Sept. 26, 2007 CNET
In search of intentional software - Sept. 26, 2007 ZDNet  

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Innovating in America Today - Sept. 27, 2007 NPR On Point Radio 

Press Releases

Leaders from Established and Emerging Industries to Gather at EmTech ConferenceJuly 10, 2007
EmTech Conference to Explore the Next Big Ideas Coming from Top Enterprise LabsJuly 24, 2007
EmTech Conference to Showcase Game-Changing Technologies,
Innovators and Emerging Industries
August 7, 2007
Technology Review Unveils the 2007 Humanitarian and Innovator of the YearAugust 15, 2007
Technology Review Reveals the 2007 TR35 List of the 35 Top Innovators Under 35August 15, 2007
EmTech Conference to Explore Issues Facing Women in Technological FieldsAugust 28, 2007
Industry Leaders Gather to Discuss Future of Technology and Business at EmTechSeptember 14, 2007
nTag Teams with MIT's Technology Review, Sponsors EmTech ConferenceSeptember 19, 2007
Veodia to Broadcast EmTech Conference Live from MITSeptember 25, 2007
Industry Leaders and Innovators Gather at MIT for EmTech07September 25, 2007


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About the Conference

Technology Review’s Emerging Technologies Conference at MIT (EmTech@MIT) showcases the technologies that are poised to make a dramatic impact on our world. This unique three-day event brings together world-renowned innovators and leaders to discuss the transformative technological innovations destined to better our lives, create opportunities, and fuel economic growth. The conference attracts close to 1,000 decision makers from the technology, engineering, investment, and management communities annually.

To learn more about the conference, visit www.technologyreview.com/emtech.

EmTech@MIT also honors the current set of TR35, Technology Review’s annual list of the top young innovators, under 35 years old, who exemplify the spirit of innovation in science, business and technology. Previously known as the TR100, this group of young innovators has been covered extensively by CNBC, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. Their groundbreaking work has had a profound effect on our world, launching new businesses and creating new industries. Marc Andreessen, cofounder of Netscape; Apple Computer’s Jonathan Ivey, designer of the iMac; and Max Levchin, cofounder of PayPal (now part of eBay) are among past recipients. The 2009 TR35 will be honored at the conference during a dedicated awards ceremony and reception.

To view profiles of all past winners, please see Technology Review's website at www.technologyreview.com/tr35/.

About Technology Review

Technology Review and TechnologyReview.com are published by Technology Review, Inc., an independent media company owned by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The oldest technology magazine in the world (est. 1899), Technology Review aims to promote the understanding of emerging technologies and to analyze their commercial, social, and political impacts. In addition, Technology Review, Inc. produces TechnologyReview.com, a website that offers daily news and opinion on emerging technologies. It also produces live events such as the EmTech Conference.