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Atomic model explains cracking.
Protocols developed at MIT are helping the city of Cambridge to go wireless.
A biotech startup says its genetic engineering method could turn plants into cheap ethanol producers within five years.
Computing is all about creating better connectionswhether between tiny transistors or human beings
CEO of Meetup.com pioneered the disruptive idea of going online to go offline
Magnetic storms touched off by the sun disrupt communications on earth, but John Foster’s research at Haystack Observatory will help mitigate those effects in the future.
Top executives from the automotive, computer, and pharmaceutical industries lay out their visions of technological advance.
Their work won’t show up in next year’s models, but researchers at MIT’s Sloan Automotive Lab are creating the fundamental knowledge that will help car engines keep getting better.
Medicine: New imagers offer an unprecedented view.
Surging Internet growth has put pressure on telecom networks to keep up. Their most advanced R&D is going toward expanding the capacity of the long-haul cables that cross continent