identifies emerging technologies and
analyzes their impact for technology and business leaders. As the authority on the future of technology, Technology Review
is also an invaluable resource for early adopters, the media, those in
government, and anyone who needs to understand trends in technology.
Technology Review is an independent media company owned by MIT. More than two million
people around the globe read their publications, in five languages and on
a variety of digital and print platforms. They publish Technology Review magazine, the world’s oldest technology magazine (established 1899); daily news, analysis, opinion, and video; and Business Impact,
which explains how new technologies are transforming companies,
disrupting markets, or creating entirely new industries.
Published at the MIT Sloan School of Management, MIT Sloan Management Review’s
mission is to lead the conversation among thinkers, professors, and
managers about the coming sea changes in management practice that will
transform how people innovate and lead. MIT SMR captures for thoughtful
managers the creativity, excitement, and opportunity generated by rapid
societal, economic, and technological change.
MIT Entrepreneurship Review
, or MITER as it's colloquially known
on campus, is composed of (mostly) MIT students passionate about
entrepreneurship. While MITER publishes (and deeply values and encourages)
contributions from MIT alumni as well as from outside MIT, operations are entirely student-run. Essentially, MITER is an opportunity
for MIT students to get a hands-on experience of running a media