Recent advances in battery chemistry and systems design could lead to working prototypes by year's end.
A novel type of vaccine could be rapidly designed for a specific flu strain and then quickly manufactured.
New embryo-screening technologies could weed out embryos with major genetic abnormalities and improve IVF success rates.
The automaker tries again, announcing an electric-drive system that can be paired with gasoline generators or fuel cells.
A sensor that measures the concentration of viruses in minutes could make possible a handheld device that cheaply and quickly spots pathogens.
The MIT women’s varsity volleyball team takes a strategm time-out.
In the living room of the near future, your TV, PC, and Internet will be as one.
Technology companies are building virtual headquarters in the video game Second Life to win customers and keep employees happy.
Congress ends without funding research programs, as the United States falls behind in alternative technologies.
The number of genetic tests that can be performed during in vitro fertilization is skyrocketing. What does this mean for human reproduction?