Richard Muller argues that poor math undermines evidence linking global warming to human activity.
Oct 16, 2004 Technology Review
Wireless networking is becoming an increasingly popular amenity for cities and town. But who will pay for it?
Sep 23, 2004 Technology Review
The premise of voluntary environmentalism is that firms become more environmentally enthusiastic when their adoption of regulatory policies comes willingly.
Sep 14, 2004 Technology Review
MIT's Technology Review offers a fascinating look at the latest building technologies being used in the world's tallest building. [Includes graphics.]
Jun 25, 2004 Technology Review
Hydrogen is no greener than the energy sources use to produce it.
Mar 17, 2004 Technology Review
An MIT architecture professor and two students designed and built a 'microvillage' that offers instant community in devastated areas.
Jan 2, 2004 Technology Review
Can a thermodynamic engineer convince people to drink purified sewage?
Dec 29, 2003 Technology Review
Many geology and water isssues have been overlooked by the DOE in selecting Yucca Mountain as the nation's nuclear depository.
Oct 23, 2003 Technology Review
MIT's Technology Review continues its in-depth examination of the proliferation of public monitoring technologies.
May 1, 2003 Technology Review
Say goodbye to unmonitored public spaces. The average person is filmed by more than 300 cameras each day.
Mar 19, 2003 Technology Review