MIT Technology Review (Print-Edition) Magazine
MIT Technology Review dives deep into the worlds of groundbreaking science and technology giving readers an exclusive look at the latest developments in a variety of industries. More importantly, this bi-monthly magazine provides a sneak peek into the future.More Info >>
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About MIT Technology Review (Print-Edition)
MIT Tech Review is a science and tech magazine published by one of the most-respected private universities in the nation - the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This publication has been around since 1899, when it was originally known as simply "The Technology Review." It claims to be the oldest technology magazine in the world. Contributors to the publication have included people like Thomas Edison and Winston Churchill. Today the MIT Technology Review continues to host the research and writings of the brightest minds.
Inside the pages are comprehensive articles covering a host of topics - from innovation in medicine and developments in renewable energy to emerging technologies and how they may affect our lives. The articles are based on the latest investigations and studies - that includes research conducted at MIT as well as many other well-respected organizations and institutions. MIT Technology Review magazine publishes an annual list of the world's top innovators under the age of 35 known as the "TR35." There are also yearly lists of the 50 smartest companies and the biggest breakthroughs in technology.
Anyone who has a curious personality and an interest in science in technology will enjoy stretching their mind with a subscription to this magazine.
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