A leading advocate of radical change in the Internet says research solutions will straddle the twin concepts of replace and revamp.
Functional magnetic resonance imaging could bring psychoanalysis into the 21st century.
Incompatibilities among "copyleft" licenses meant to promote the sharing of creative work could end up preventing it, says cyber-law expert Lawrence Lessig.
Monitoring complex new nanotech materials may be too much for the agency to handle.
A federal court in Pennsylvania struck down "intelligent design" in the classroom. But the ruling likely won't end the culture war.
Alex Padilla '94, president of the L.A. City Council, garners praise for his public service.
An innovative "ion trap" on a semiconductor chip could lay the foundation for mass production of quantum chips.
A new brain imaging technique teaches patients to control their brain activity, bringing relief from chronic pain.
A recent high-profile dispute over the user-written encyclopedia's veracity has the site rethinking some of its rules.
Before multiple-core processors can help PCs soar, the industry must solve some tricky software and hardware challenges.