New projects attempt to predict congestion and help drivers steer clear.
Virologist C.J. Peters on bioterrorism preparedness.
Computers that can simultaneously process information in numerous alternate realities are less theoretical than you might think.
A Sedimentologist offers a new explanation for one of evolution's great mysteries.
Why does a corporation with no accountability have so much control over the Internet?
Enormous flow batteries make large-scale electricity storage on the grid possible for the first time. Expect fewer blackouts and a thoroughly revamped electric power industry.
The human liver cells in Linda Griffith's miniature device behave just as they would in the body, permitting more accurate drug and toxin testing.
If they're allowed out of the lab and into the field, crops genetically engineered to reproduce through cloning could feed the world's poor.
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MIT's mental health services are undergoing significant change.