Cataloguing the uniqueness of an individual immune system offers a new understanding of disease.
Gadgets aren't made hackable enough to encourage young people to become innovators in computing.
Novel engine designs could help meet our growing demand for energy.
The fear that our devices are somehow altering our brains might seem exclusively modern. But in 1931, Technology Review published "Machine-Made Minds: The Psychological Effects of Modern Technology," in which John Bakeless explored how machines had transformed the very nature of human thought. Here's what he had to say:
Facebook's power over our social lives comes with great responsibility.
The Fukushima disaster should make nuclear energy safer than ever.
Lessons from nanotechnology can help synthetic biology mature.
A bioethicist wondered whether fertility technologies might lead to a new and "improved" Homo sapiens.
We need to develop the deployment of advanced materials.
As the world's books go online, we must resist centralization.