New MIT tech lets you mess with objects in pre-recorded video
Yes, they’ve already successfully tested it in ‘Pokémon Go.’
Gene editing can end disease and fight global famine
And also give us unicorns.
Kirigami-inspired solar cells can track the sun without motors
These solar cells just need a little stretch as they twist to follow the sun.
The Big Picture: It's always sunny in Brooklyn
Want to know how much solar power your neighborhood can make but don't want to use Google's Sunroof? MapDwell would like to show you something.
MIT's newest 3D printer spouts 10 materials at a time
One of the biggest hindrances to current 3D printers is that they almost exclusively stick to a si...
MIT team gets us one step closer to robot bartenders
MIT researchers succeed in getting a group of robots to perform an important task: serving drinks.
MIT's big ideas for small kit that makes crime scene investigations faster, cheaper
Mass spectrometry. What's it good for anyway? Analyzing substances to figure out just what they ar...
Inhabitat's Week in Green: WarkaWater Tower, kangaroo-like robot and an energy-generating carousel
Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean te...
MIT prof and student discover algorithm for predicting trending Twitter topics
Predicting the future of Twitter's trending topics is, as of right now, an impossibility. But two...