MacArthur Fellow Dina Katabi, SM ’98, PhD ’03, exploits physical properties of radio waves to make computation more efficient.
With patent reform a hot topic in Washington, alumna Michelle Lee brings a technologist’s perspective—and a balanced approach—to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Startup Light says its L16 will replace a fancy camera and lenses for a third the cost and fit easily into your bag, too.
Apple Pay may not have lived up to the hype created by CEO Tim Cook yet, but give it time.
Apple could subcontract the manufacturing required to produce a car and focus on the software, which is becoming ever more important.
Clever business people like Hiram Centelles find ways to offer online services in Cuba despite tight restrictions. Will they flourish or be swamped by foreign competition when the communist island finally opens up?
News and views from Solve at MIT, where technologists, researchers, investors, and other leaders are sharing ideas on how to solve the world’s greatest problems.
Can India modernize its manufacturing economy and supply electricity to its growing population without relying heavily on coal—and quite possibly destroying the global climate?
The leading installer of rooftop solar panels says it has achieved record efficiencies with its panels.
Emma Rogers Society keeps surviving MIT spouses connected.