There's nothing wrong with the way academia licenses its intellectual property, says Boston University's technology transfer director.
Wi-Fi might soon be the key to a new kind of convergence that joins your living room and your personal computer.
Most likely, you've never even heard of the Web's two best legal subscription-music services.
Japanese researchers may have found the secret to exploiting the world's untapped natural gas reserves.
New filmmaking technology invites the question: What should be recognized as special effects, and what's plain old good acting?
How a revolving boatlift works.
A robotic helicopter that does amazing aerial maneuvers has captured the attention of the military and the movie industry alike.
The bar code: reading between the lines.
Universities should take a lesson from IBM's nonexclusive patenting practice.
To be a success, the famous balancing motor scooter will need more than state-of-the-art engineering.