A personal temperature regulator, an “espresso machine” for diet supplements, a power meter for cyclists, and a satellite propulsion system were among the standouts at MIT Global Founders’ Skills Accelerator Demo Day.
Remember when Google was making a big deal about the next generation of enhanced geothermal tech? What happened?
ScratchJr is a programming language customized to help very young kids build interactive games and storage. Now a new iPad app brings it to that audience.
The seventh Structure Launchpad finalist says Random Linear Network Coding can break the logjam clogging up our wireless connections.
Most people grok that they need to update their software and watch what they browse. But very few suspect that their own printer could do them in.
The National Science Foundation just gave $15 million to three research projects trying to reinvent the internet. Here’s what those projects are doing and why they matter.
A college campus, full of students already using meal points or campus cash, might be the perfect incubator for new ideas on how to use cryptocurrency.
The Boston Globe unearthed details of the investigation that led to Aaron Swartz’s arrest and prosecution under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
This is a tough question that White House advisor John Podesta and the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab brain trust wrestled with on Monday.
MIT has developed a system that will help robots act together in uncertain environments that takes into account multiple agents and unreliable communication. It might help make your home smarter too.