Reykjavík Energy’s CarbFix project has found that carbon dioxide injected into volcanic bedrock rapidly turns into minerals that stay locked away permanently.
Solar and nuclear power both face economic and political obstacles to rapid build-out.
Too little is known about the risks of gene drives to responsibly release them in natural environments, say the authors of a new National Academies report.
Behavioral psychologists have long used mazes to test rodent learning skills. Now computer scientists are taking the same approach with AI machines.
The rise of malware that holds data hostage has led companies to buy Bitcoin to use as ransom in case of an attack.
Google says its AI software could make creative suggestions to help musicians, architects, and visual artists.
A new system for making liquid fuel from sunlight, water, and air is a promising step for solar fuels.
The CEO of the smart thermostat maker is out, but Nest still faces a much bigger problem—and it’s plaguing the entire smart-home market.
New MITAA leader Nicolas E. Chammas, SM ’87, brings global reach.