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The trickiest thing about the brain mapping project might be that we don’t even know what we’re trying to learn.
A review of an external drive that can hold one trillion bytes of data – and how it might change the way we deal with our personal information.
Facebook’s new interface for smartphones is at odds with how the world uses computers.
A high-power circuit breaker could finally make DC power grids practical.
Maes, whose research group studies human-computer interaction, says mobile devices may soon eavesdrop on their owners to anticipate their needs.
Foundation Medicine is offering a test that helps oncologists choose drugs targeted to the genetic profile of a patient’s tumor cells. Has personalized cancer treatment finally arrived?
Wherein a pair of MIT civil engineers proposed a novel way to lessen our environmental impact.
By investing in energy efficiency, we could vastly reduce carbon dioxide emissions and save money.
Can an experimental technique using transplanted fetal cells help paralyzed patients? Probably not. But a doctor in China is forging ahead anyway.
Design software helps architects create grand projects with fanciful forms. It’s time to put the technology to better use.