Tech Review has graced coffee tables of MIT alumni for 125 years. Here’s how it all began.
Tech Review has graced coffee tables of MIT alumni for 125 years. Here’s how it all began—and how the fledgling magazine helped rally alumni to oppose a merger with Harvard.
The ads that helped pay Technology Review’s bills reflect the changing technological landscape of the past 125 years.
Reading Class Notes taught me what it means to be an MIT alum.
A startup mindset plays a big role in delivering ideas to the world.
Students peruse the collection of the List Museum’s Student Lending Art Program.
An implantable device contains encapsulated cells that produce insulin, plus a tiny oxygen-producing factory that keeps them healthy.
The ingestible device combines engineered bacteria with low-power electronics to monitor gut inflammation in real time.
Unusual electronic behavior in a specific form of the material could help pack more data into magnetic memory devices.
The rich soil sustained complex societies and also sequestered large amounts of carbon, a new study suggests.
The MIT chemist shares the award for his work on quantum dots.
An alum’s cement alternative could significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions from concrete production.
An MIT system could harness 40% of solar heat to produce clean hydrogen for transportation.
A passive solar device could make desalinated seawater less expensive than tap water.
A new approach that strengthens the immune response could lead to intranasal vaccines for covid-19 and other diseases.
While useful for killing pathogens like those that cause covid-19 and the flu, sanitizing ultraviolet lights may cause unwanted chemical reactions that create indoor air pollution.
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