When he learned in 1995 that he had Alzheimer’s disease, William Utermohlen, an American artist living in London, immediately began work on an ambitious series of self-portraits.
As the world’s biggest exporter of corn diverts more and more of its crop to make fuel, it’s sending less to the global marketplace.
A look inside the new warehouse automation system owned by Amazon.
What’s a tweet worth? The Web is redefining what’s valuable and letting people create personal wealth in surprising new ways.
Organovo's 3-D printer creates human tissues that could help speed drug discovery.
Smart phones are creating radical new ideas for getting around. Technology Review picks five of the most promising.
A look at some of the small-scale innovations that went on to upend entire industries.(Licensed under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0. Wikimedia images from: Infrogmation, Priwo, Grm wnr, Atreyu, Rajkumar1220, Ericd, Crazy Louco. Other images courtesy of the: U.S. National Archives, Carrier, Motorola, Apple.)
California company Makani Power is developing a flying wind turbine designed to generate cheap renewable power.
From e-books to 3-D printing, TR spotlights the technologies that are destroying markets and creating new ones.
Generating cells from patients suffering from such disorders as Down syndrome, schizophrenia, and ALS lets scientist study these diseases in the lab and test new drugs.