Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
A new way to determine 3-D structures from 2-D images is set to speed up protein structure discovery by a factor of 100,000.
Privacy bosses at Google and Facebook say letting the U.S. government unlock encrypted customer data would make law enforcement less accountable.
A research team finds that gene editing isn’t yet reliable enough to engineer the human species.
Google is working with Sprint and T-Mobile to put you on the best available LTE network at any given time.
A startup has a smartphone-assisted gadget that can determine your glasses prescription, with help from a remote optometrist.
The secretary for homeland security and the president’s cybersecurity advisor echo the NSA and FBI’s concerns about encryption.
Apple helped IBM create a service that can analyze medical data collected by iPhone apps, and could deliver personalized health advice.
The counterintuitive distribution of digits in certain data sets turns out to be a powerful tool for detecting strange behavior on social networks.