From The Editor In Chief
When it comes to reporting on cancer "breakthroughs," journalists fall back on the same old myths.
By taking big risks--in business and in research--a husband-and-wife team of entrepreneurs has brought speech recognition to the desktop years before the experts thought it would be possible.
MIT's Best and Brightest
He dreamed up the idea of hypertext as a way to link all human knowledge decades before the World Wide Web--but never delivered a usable piece of software.
The jury is still out on how valuable computers are for education--so let's not succumb to political fashion and rush to wire all our students.
Confounding the skeptics, this jewel of big-time corporate R&D has gained new luster--even in basic research--by focusing its scientific endeavors on solving real-world problems.
A "smart" office tries to prove its worth