The collapse of the Tokyo company’s nuclear development arm puts a likely end to new U.S. plants.
They’re still years off, but airborne automobiles are inching toward reality—and the companies building them are looking for pilots.
A humanoid bot called Darwin shows how aspects of nursing and child care might be mechanized.
Phone calls, wider integration, and even screens could make our new domestic butlers more useful.
An online-only MIT certificate course explores the role of model-based systems engineering in today’s work environment.
Traditional movies were the popular art form of the 20th century. Is virtual reality what comes next?
And the rate of new wind installations looks primed for a surge in the next few years.
The search for MH370 has been based on just a few tiny scraps of data. Now anyone can study the analysis to see if anything has been overlooked.
Microsoft calls for an international treaty to prevent companies and citizens from getting tangled up in nation-state cyberattacks.
The dispute between researchers at UC Berkeley and the Broad Institute over the invention of the powerful gene-editing technique has been decided.