PARC’s technique of mincing chips into printer ink could revolutionize the way electronics are made.
As the world grows hungrier for animal protein, insects could be the new way to feed livestock.
Rather than trying to build a better battery, startup Qnovo bets it can improve the one that’s already in your smartphone.
The income limits imposed by Medicaid can leave beneficiaries permanently poor.
During the Vietnam era, four students asked: Is MIT enabling the war?
Jennifer Wiseman ’87 and Mark Shelhamer, ScD ’90, bonded over their love of space at MIT. Today they’re married, and both are senior scientists at NASA.
A chip that uses a million digital neurons and 256 million synapses may signal the beginning of a new era of more intelligent computers.
In-car applications and wireless connectivity are a boon to hackers who take aim at cars.
A system designed to let carriers remotely install software on phones, or change their settings without a user noticing, is open to abuse.
Efforts to contain Ebola in West Africa suffer from a lack of effective tools to treat and prevent the disease, although several are in development.