Cancer. Diabetes. Liver disease. If there’s a bioengineering challenge, Robert Langer, ScD ’74, is ready to tackle it.
Joan Jonas represents United States at Venice Biennale.
Plant scientists can swiftly modify crops in ways that would take years with conventional breeding.
The prospects for carbon-neutral vehicles could get a boost from a new way to make hydrogen from biomass.
Fully autonomous weapons should be outlawed before they are developed, says a human-rights scholar.
A startup called Light uses a cluster of small camera modules to create top-notch photos. First stop: Your smartphone.
Mark Zuckerberg’s plan to make Internet access more widely available faces a public backlash in India.
With the addition of a huge medical records database—and the computing infrastructure to analyze it—Watson could help doctors make better use of clinical data.
Startup unveils a control system it hopes will become the industry standard for commercial unmanned aerial vehicles.
In a first-of-its-kind endeavor, electricity-starved Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo are trying to get power from a lake—and avert catastrophe.