Scientists at MIT are developing a new drug that may fight viruses as effectively as antibiotics like penicillin dispatch …
Do digital methods of communication connect us the way interaction in the real world does? If we’re chatting online, are we really together? And what does it mean to be alive in the emerging world of artificial intelligence?
As a senior at Parsons The New School for Design, Ingrid Zweifel was hunting around for a thesis project. She knew she wanted to explore how technology has changed the way people interact.
When the weather turns crisp and farmer’s markets are lousy with pumpkins and apples, there’s a bounty of another sort: marathon runners.
Call it matter over mind: a new study shows that objects you touch may influence the way you think and behave.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are taking preliminary steps toward developing a “tattoo” that could enable diabetics to constantly monitor blood sugar levels — without having to routinely change equipment or perform routine finger pricks to test blood. The experimental technology being developed by MIT