Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Imagine consumers (and businesses alike) buying a bottle cap-sized drone that they can integrate with their smart phone, fly from the palm of their hand and land it there again, all while instantaneously uploading video and photos captured by the drone onto their phone and sharing it with others. Current ‘mini-drone’ prototypes are certainly small

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Northrop Grumman, and Aviation & Communication & Surveillance Systems (ACSS) recently announced a series of successful drone flights testing sense-and-avoid systems. One of the key issues with flying a drone beyond-visual-line-of-sight is that the sense-and-avoid technology is slow to come to market. While it is certainly out there and being

Ladies and gentlemen, introducing the remote-controlled contraceptive computer chip. Releasing measured doses of the levonorgestrel hormone, these computer chips can be implanted under a woman’s skin as a new form of birth control, presumably starting in 2018. While there are certainly other types of contraceptives that can be implanted under a woman’s skin, the only