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A perching glider could lead the way to planes that land lightly
Acoustic fibers can detect and produce sound
In MIT’s Human Dynamics Lab, Sandy Pentland, PhD ‘82, uses cell phones and wearable sensors to research nonverbal signals, information flow, and the value of face-to-face conversation.
Claude Shannon, SM ‘40, PhD ‘40, threw down an irresistible challenge to those who would be pioneers of information theory. A young grad student soon met the challenge, but his solution languished in obscurity for decades.
Calculating the effects of Casimir forces
First germanium laser could pave the way to laser-powered computing
MIT’s iLab project lets remote researchers use equipment at MIT–and around the world.
MIT team wins DARPA social-networking challenge
Quantum computers may actually be useful
Sitting in on a Liskov lecture