InPhase Technologies hopes to bring its novel 3-D storage product to market by next year--and revolutionize how you store your data.
U.S. stem cell researchers fight with uncertain financing and esoteric restrictions. Can the science survive under these conditions?
Meshes will be the mechanism by which machine intelligence becomes like electricity: invisible and ubiquitous.
MIT photographer Felice Frankel has been teaching the importance of images to an unlikely crowd: scientists.
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Entergy Nuclear treads carefully in proposing a new nuclear power plant.
Why TiVo has never turned a profit.
A humble man from West Virginia known for his honesty and integrity, Charles M. Vest has led MIT for the last 14 years. On the brink of his departure, he reflects on his presidency and some of the pivotal decisions that have altered the course of the Institute.