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You may purchase gift subscriptions through our website, at either the All Access Digital, Print, or Print + Digital level.

Does MIT Technology Review offer a discounted subscription for students?
We don’t offer a student discount for individual subscriptions, but we definitely understand money can be tight when you’re in school. Many institutions carry us in their libraries or purchase group subscriptions for faculty, students, and staff.

Does MIT Technology Review offer group subscriptions?
We offer group subscriptions at three levels: online only, online and print, and site licenses for enterprise organizations. Subscription rate discounts range from 10% to 40%.

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If you are a current subscriber, activate your online account for complete access to the website.

How do I read the digital magazine?
Digital subcriptions include six bimonthly issues of the magazine—readable with our mobile app (Apple or Android) or as a PDF—plus unlimited access to the website and PDF archive dating back to 1899. You will receive an email from MIT Technology Review each time a new edition is published.

Why did MIT Technology Review make a mobile app?
Subscribers who receive our magazine digitally can now read our award-winning journalism on any mobile device, in a beautiful new format designed for smaller screens. Readers can browse and enjoy individual magazine issues the way they were meant to be consumed, without pinching or zooming. (A PDF of complete magazine content will continue to be available on the magazine table of contents page.)

How do I access the mobile app?
Download the app in the Apple app store or on Google Play. Active digital subscribers just need to enter the email address that they registered for their subscription with—we’ll do the rest.

How much does the app cost, and what does it include?
The app is free to download. Active digital subscribers receive unlimited access, and new issues are delivered bimonthly. The subscription will include all historical issues available in the app for the duration of your subscription, as well as subsequently published future issues. Readers can also buy single issues from within the app itself.

How does the app affect my alumni subscription?
All alumni who have digital subscriptions will have access to the app, with a special alumni experience inclusive of MIT News content. Just enter the email you’ve associated with your MIT Technology Review account on the login screen. If you’d like to change your alumni subscription to digital to ensure a speedy and reliable delivery and save paper, contact the Alumni office at 617-253-8270 or

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When will I receive my first issue?
It usually takes 6-8 weeks for the first issue of a subscription to arrive. If you haven’t received an issue at that point, please contact us right away.

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How do I change my mailing address?
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How do I change my payment information?
Change your payment information online using this form.

How do I opt out of subscription autorenewal?
All new subscriptions are set to autorenew to provide uninterrupted service to our subscribers. Your subscription will be renewed at the initial term and at the then-current subscription rate when your term ends. To opt out of autorenewal, manage your subscription account settings and uncheck the autorenew box.

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How do I purchase back issues of the magazine?
Past issues of MIT Technology Review are available for purchase as PDFs. If you would like to buy a reprint of an older issue, please contact

How do I purchase editions of Twelve Tomorrows?
Twelve Tomorrows—MIT Technology Review’s science fiction anthologies inspired by today’s new technologies—is available for purchase from MIT Press.

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What's the difference between creating an account and subscribing?
Creating an account doesn’t cost anything, and it provides access to our free newsletters and other website features. Subscribers to MIT Technology Review will receive the print and/or digital copy of the magazine six times per year, and will have unlimited access to all the stories on, among many other benefits.


How do I activate my account on the website?
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How do I report a bug or a broken link?
Please report bugs or other website issues using the form on this page—and thanks for asking.

What's the difference between what's online and what's in the magazine?
We publish dozens of stories online every week; only some of them go in the print magazine, which we publish six times a year.


What newsletters are available?
We offer free newsletters on a variety of topics.

How do I update my newsletter preferences?
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I have a story I'd like to pitch.
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I have a question or feedback about a story I read.
You can contact the editor of the story in the form below.

How do you choose who appears in your lists?
The editors use their judgment in determining the lists of 10 Breakthrough Technologies, and 35 Innovators Under 35. However, the public can nominate candidates for the innovators list, and a panel of outside judges weighs in on the finalists.


How do I nominate a speaker for one of your events?
You can nominate a speaker—nominate yourself, even—by filling out a nomination form.

What's the difference between EmTech and EmTech Digital?
EmTech is a conference held every autumn on the MIT campus, covering emerging technologies across a wide range of industries. EmTech Digital, EmTech Next, and others are singular topic-focused events which seek to dig deeper into a specific field.

How can I volunteer for one of your events?
That would be great! We can use help at many of our events. To volunteer, please send an email to with the name of the specific event(s) at which you’d like to work.

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You may obtain permission for individual articles through the Copyright Clearance Center.

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The mission of MIT Technology Review is to make technology a greater force for good by bringing about better-informed, more conscious technology decisions through our journalism. Read our editorial guidelines.

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