Nanotechnology gets a speed boost with a new tool made of thousands of pens.
Amazon.com is selling the computing resources originally developed to handle its own business. CEO Jeff Bezos explained why, after his keynote at the Emerging Technologies Conference yesterday.
MIT researchers are developing low-cost manufacturing methods based on the rapid reproduction of viruses. Angela Belcher, a panelist at the Emerging Technology Conference, explains.
Podcaster Jennifer Chu reports on the future of online applications from the Emerging Technologies Conference at MIT.
New radio technologies could allow wireless handhelds to do more, and make updating cellular base stations quick and easy.
This new "atlas" reveals the expression pattern in the brain of every gene in the mouse genome.
Michael Egholm of 454 Life Sciences talks about his company's ambitious project to sequence the Neandertal genome.
A new method for chemically treating dioxins and PCBs could help to destroy the toxic pollutants.
Move over, Rand McNally: Google Earth is becoming the standard tool for organizing geographical information.
Researchers have made efficient nanowire logic circuits that could be mass produced, slashing the size of transistors.