A new type of flexible electronic device shows promise for long-term brain mapping and could be a more effective way to provide therapeutic stimulation.
Monitoring driver behavior will become important as more vehicle automation is introduced.
As the Pope calls for action on climate change, a growing body of evidence shows that low-latitude countries will feel the heaviest effects of global warming.
Devices produce electricity from spores resting on water’s surface, but practical applications remain distant.
Computing pioneer Jay Forrester, SM ’45, developed magnetic-core memory. Then he founded the field of system dynamics. Those are just two of his varied pursuits.
Space-suit engineer Dava Newman, SM ’89, PhD ’92, heads to Washington, D.C., as NASA’s deputy administrator.
Automakers have begun harvesting batteries for use in stationary energy storage applications.
Rapid industrialization and rising standards of living have made China the world's top emitter of carbon dioxide. Preventing a runaway increase will require the country to keep per capita emissions at a relatively low level.
Backing from disparate investors such as General Motors and a vacuum maker has given the battery startup Sakti3 an unusual amount of momentum.