You could call them the three women of genius. Two are from MIT, and one is from Boston College.
The Massachusetts House has approved a repeal of an unpopular new technology tax.
It’s a small silver square sending a wave of ripple effects through retail – a small microchip on the front of credit cards that hopes to greatly reduce credit fraud.
A Cambridge start-up launched by a group of Harvard Business School students has attracted the attention of one of the best known investors in the country – Mark Cuban.
An experiment that proved people who think they are drunk also think they are attractive and another that showed lost dung beetles can use the Milky Way to find their way home were among the winners at this year’s Ig Nobel awards ceremony held Thursday.
A new study will give Boston-area parents the chance to have their newborn baby’s DNA analyzed.
It’s a scary thought: having an illegal drug slipped into a drink at a bar or nightclub.
Most people would agree that keeping track of passwords and pin numbers is a huge hassle.
Technology first used here in Massachusetts is helping couples have a greater chance of getting pregnant.
Some MIT students have come up with a project that will make it easier to hop on the T.