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MIT researchers find critical speeds above which birds—and drones—are bound to crash
Drawing on nature’s design to capture the sun’s energy
Earth’s most devastating extinction was most likely a rapid collapse
Over four decades at MIT, Walter Lewin got undergraduates excited about physics. Now his lectures are reaching millions of students around the world.
A new MEMS device generates energy from small movements
New model predicts maximum tree heights
MIT students go underground to give the T’s Kendall Band new life
Doc Draper’s quest to visit space
When Noramay Cadena ‘03, SM ‘11, MBA ‘11, arrived on campus as an 18-year-old freshman, she brought along her toddler. When she returned to earn two graduate degrees, her daughter felt right at home.
Researchers make sperm that successfully produces offspring in mice—a development that could one day help infertile men.