Select your localized edition:

Close ×

More Ways to Connect

Discover one of our 28 local entrepreneurial communities »

Be the first to know as we launch in new countries and markets around the globe.

Interested in bringing MIT Technology Review to your local market?

MIT Technology ReviewMIT Technology Review - logo

 

Unsupported browser: Your browser does not meet modern web standards. See how it scores »

Story Archive

  • Nanotech's First Blockbusters?

    Nanosys hopes to become the first successful nanotechnology company by blitzing the market with supercheap solar cells, faster and lighter computer displays, and supersmall lasers and sensors.

  • Smarter Drugs

    Polymerix promises a better way to get drugs to where they’re needed in the body.

  • Spinoff Doctors

    A company formed to commercialize Lucent’s underused technologies expands its portfolio to include British Telecom and Philips Electronics.

  • Swimming Sentinels

    Fish enlisted in protecting water supplies from toxins

  • Zapping the Blues

    Magnetic therapy for depression enters widespread trials

  • Tracking Open-Source's Origins

    New software checks open-source programs for possible licensing conflicts and copyright infringement problems.

  • A Chip Worth Remembering

    First magnetic RAM product raises hopes for “instant-on” computing

  • One Person, One Phone

    As Wi-Fi networks link with cellular networks, telephonic unity nears.

  • Domain Master

    The Internet’s head administrator, Paul Twomey, on controlling the core functionality of the Web.

Pages

From the Archives

Close

Introducing MIT Technology Review Insider.

Already a Magazine subscriber?

You're automatically an Insider. It's easy to activate or upgrade your account.

Activate Your Account

Become an Insider

It's the new way to subscribe. Get even more of the tech news, research, and discoveries you crave.

Sign Up

Learn More

Find out why MIT Technology Review Insider is for you and explore your options.

Show Me