Advanced biofuels, more-efficient vehicles, and solar power top the most notable energy stories of 2007.
A leading chemist says that a better understanding of photosynthesis could lead to cheap ways to store solar energy as chemical fuel.
MIT’s Sandy Pentland finds surprising implications in patterns of cell-phone use.
Ning, a new Web service, lets users become the CEOs of their own mini-MySpaces.
A Purdue researcher claims aluminum alloys could make fuel-cell vehicles practical.
New legislation is a positive step toward solving looming energy problems.
Technology Review takes apart Bug Labs’ modular open-source hardware system and explains how it works.
At the Media Lab, you get asked questions by all kinds of folks: faculty, students, sponsors, and … well … urinals.