Technology Review identifies the developments that will dramatically affect the way we live and work-and profiles the leading innovators behind them.
Technology Review unveils its annual selection of hot new technologies about to affect our lives in revolutionary ways-and profiles the innovators behind them.
Selecting Technology Review's yearly list of 35 innovators under the age of 35 is a difficult but rewarding process. We search for candidates around the world who are opening up new possibilities in technology, and then we seek the advice of a panel of expert judges before finally selecting the winners.
The well-known investor behind the likes of Twitter and Foursquare says venture capital funds have gotten too big.
Maes, whose research group studies human-computer interaction, says mobile devices may soon eavesdrop on their owners to anticipate their needs.
For more than a decade, synthetic biologists have promised to revolutionize the way we produce fuels, chemicals, and pharmaceuticals. It turns out, however, that programming new life forms is not so easy. Now some of these same scientists are turning back to nature for inspiration.
The PayPal cofounder wants to see more startups trying for bigger things.
Germany has decided to pursue ambitious greenhouse-gas reductions—while closing down its nuclear plants. Can a heavily industrialized country power its economy with wind turbines and solar panels?
How civilians helped win the Libyan information war.
The creator of a social network for close friends and family says smart phones will make computing more intimate than PCs did.