Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Gene-editing companies say research on altering the DNA of human reproductive cells is dangerous and unethical.
An innovative startup that blends solar energy and battery storage reflects broader interest combining the technologies.
A startup called Thync will sell electrodes that you put on your head to improve your mood. The results may vary to a surprising degree.
Displaying the data from complex astrophysical simulations is always hard. So astronomers came up with a solution: they 3-D printed the data so they could hold it in their hands.
An app called Sunshine taps into users’ smartphone sensors to provide localized weather predictions.
My admittedly short time trying the Apple Watch makes me wonder if it might be able to do too much.
A new list of the most culturally influential individuals since 4,000 B.C. could help revolutionize the study of human culture.
Researchers have demonstrated a long-lasting device for making hydrogen from sunlight and water—but funding is running out.
Smartphone apps will be able to perceive objects and perform other intelligent tricks thanks to Qualcomm’s newest mobile chips.