Powerful and possibly unregulated, gene editing starts new boom in GMOs.
A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.
Understanding how road networks influence the spread of towns is a key goal of urban science. The digitization of one of the greatest maps ever made should help.
Neurosurgeons hope to treat some of the most intractable mental disorders by putting advanced arrays of electrodes into patients’ brains.
Startup Light says its L16 will replace a fancy camera and lenses for a third the cost and fit easily into your bag, too.
MIT has announced a series of prizes to address the lack of prospects for low- and middle-income workers.
The influential startup incubator is launching a research lab to work on problems too big for startups.
Passing a free online course isn’t as meaningful as taking the same class for credit on a college campus. But that could be changing.
Three year-old MIT institute focuses on innovation for the developing world.
Can India modernize its manufacturing economy and supply electricity to its growing population without relying heavily on coal—and quite possibly destroying the global climate?