Breakthroughs in nanotech are making it possible to churn out cheap, flexible solar cells by the meter. Soon your cell phone may be powered by the sun.
Robotics inventor Stephen Jacobsen demonstrates an exoskeleton that provides superhuman strength.
Many believe that without Fred Salvucci '61, SM '62, tearing down Boston's elevated Central Artery would still be just a crazy idea.
Meet a creator of high-tech, electrically active fabrics who shows plenty of scrap.
Since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency discovered thousands of violations on campus, the Institute has committed itself to being a responsible steward of the environment.
Reuters has a story today about an LA-based "Hacker College," where people pay 4K to learn how to be "ethical hackers."This is somewhat of an oxymoron, since the word "hacker" started out with only the most ethical of implications. I'm...
Phones sold in the U.S. will soon boast displays capable of displaying 3-D graphical glory. Start your thumb exercises now.
Great news, you net Libertarians! By a 5-to-4 majority, the US Supreme Court has thrown the 1998 Child Online Protection Act back to the lower courts, arguing that the law would dumb-down public speech on the Internet and force Web...