Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.
Two weeks after NSA chief cited tight auditing–and consequences for internal violations–new disclosures show such breaches are common.
By forcing changes in how gas power plants operate, greenhouse regulations could actually make it more difficult for utilities to use renewables.
Chemists have calculated that chains of double or triple-bonded carbon atoms, known as carbyne, should be stronger and stiffer than any known material.
Tricks such as tracking the temperature of smartphones’ batteries enables them to provide useful atmospheric data.
Glowing bunnies are a successful early step in a project aimed at engineering mammals that produce medicines in their milk.
A simple arrangement of switchable mirrors can create “holes in time” of almost any length.
Understanding the temperature of the Arctic ocean and the way icebergs form and melt is hugely important for climate models. A new laser tracking technology should help
While technically feasible, Musk’s hyperloop will likely be expensive.
Astronomers have found 12 near-Earth asteroids that could be captured with today’s rocket technology