Local researchers are at the forefront of what could be a birth control revolution. They are working on a microchip that could control a woman’s hormones, and prevent pregnancy for up to 16 years.
Schools may want to expose kids to technology but some simply don’t have it in the budget.
A 2-year-old Cambridge start-up with just 20 employees has raised nearly $4 million in its first round of funding from investors.
Three recent Harvard grads are trying to change the phrase “Bon Appetite” to “Bug Appetite” by introducing a new chip made out of crickets.
Call it a microcosm of America; young entrepreneurs dip into their creative well and come up with a product or idea that just may sell.
A Boston company has developed a game designed to help kids with asthma, one of the most common chronic illnesses among children.
New smart parking sensors in the Innovation District may help drivers find empty parking spaces.
Facebook announced Thursday it plans to build an engineering team in Cambridge.
Researchers at Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology say they have built an actual lightsaber, like the ones used in the Star Wars saga.
You could call them the three women of genius. Two are from MIT, and one is from Boston College.