MIT Technology Review’s first mention of the World Wide Web was five years after it was first invented in 1989.
A startup says it has a more efficient process to use carbon dioxide for making valuable chemical feedstocks.
As life has evolved, its complexity has increased exponentially, just like Moore’s law. Now geneticists have extrapolated this trend backwards and found that by this measure, life is older than the Earth itself.
Engineers have built a powerful microscopic engine that relies on the combustion of hydrogen and oxygen. One problem: nobody knows how it works.
Intentionally engineering Earth’s atmosphere to offset rising temperatures could be far more doable than you imagine, says David Keith. But is it a good idea?
Craig Venter’s new company wants to improve human longevity by creating the world’s largest, most comprehensive database of genetic and physiological information.
SpaceX’s reusable booster rocket, the first of its kind, could pave the way for radically cheaper access to space.
Millions of people use the tool Ghostery to block online tracking technology—some may not realize that it feeds data to the ad industry.
By mapping the way patents cite each other, network scientists have been able to study how different technologies rely on each other and how new technologies emerge