The European Union handed out more allowances than it should have.
Two potential sites have been selected for a highly sensitive radio telescope that could help researchers explore dark energy, gravity waves, and extraterrestrial life.
Not everyone gets a solar cell named after them: but Michael Gratzel did. He says his novel technology, which promises electricity-generating windows and low manufacturing costs, is ready for the market.
Three new products–each pushing media to a different device–finally begin to fulfill the promise of digital media.
One part of my role at Technology Review, maybe the most important and certainly the most time consuming, requires me to sift through daily news releases, read pitches from my writers, and scan news across from a variety of sources….
MIT researchers are developing low-cost manufacturing methods based on the rapid reproduction of viruses. Angela Belcher, a panelist at the Emerging Technology Conference, explains.
An ingested wireless capsule that can help clinicians diagnose digestive disorders is ready for patients.
Move over, Rand McNally: Google Earth is becoming the standard tool for organizing geographical information.