June 2000 to August 2005, Technology Research News provided
detailed, original reporting on emerging technologies.
Try searching on Applied Computing; Artificial Intelligence; Artificial
Life and Evolutionary Computing; Biological, Chemical, DNA and
Molecular Computing; Biotechnology; Chaotic Systems; Fuzzy Logic
and Probabilistic Reasoning; Computer and Machine Learning; Computer
Architecture; Computer Graphics; Computer Vision and Image Processing;
Computers and Society; Cryptography and Security; Data Acquisition;
Databases and Information Retrieval; Data Storage Technology;
Data Structures and Algorithms; Digital Libraries; Distributed
Computing;Displays; DNA Technology; Energy; Human-Computer Interaction;
Integrated Circuits; Internet; Computer Logic; MicroElectroMechanical
Systems (MEMS); Microfluidics; Multiagent Systems; Multimedia;
Nanotechnology; Natural Language Processing; Networking; Neural
Networks; Numerical Analysis; Operating Systems; Optical Computing,
Optoelectronics and Photonics; Parallel Systems and Supercomputing;
Pattern Recognition; Performance Measurement and Analysis; Programming
Languages and Compilers; Quantum Computing; Real-time and Embedded
Systems; Robotics; Semiconductors and Materials; Signal Processing;
Software Design and Engineering; Symbolic Computation; Telecommunications;
or Wireless Communications.
From September 2005 to February 2009, TRN provided regular
news briefs and blog posts.
Look through this archive and youll find stories
about technologies that quickly became widespread, like High Dynamic
Range photography, technologies that are steadily progressing,
like nanoparticle-based cancer treatments, and technologies that
remain firmly in the realm of laboratory research, like quantum
You'll also find Q&A's
with some of the world's leading researchers, including Jon Kleinberg,
John Pendry and Nadrian Seeman.
And you'll find How It Works features
explaining technologies such as robot navigation, self-assembly
and quantum computing.