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  • Slip Sticks Land at MIT

    More than 600 historic slide rules have found a new home at the MIT Museum

  • Technology's Antiquarians

    This year’s Dibner fellows study weather control, spacecraft accidents, tools for measuring sound, and earthquakes of the 19th century.

  • Silent Treatment

    Martin Marks’s music gives voice to a collection of silent films

  • Tune In to Tech

    In a 1979 deal, Ted Turner got the call letters for his media empire, and the MIT student radio station got a more powerful transmitter.

  • Out of the Lab, Into the World

    For more than 20 years, the Technology Licensing Office has helped bring MIT innovations into the commercial world

  • Engineers Dig Archeology

    Dorothy Hosler and her students approach archeology as engineers, bringing to light new information about ancient civilizations.

  • Quiet Landing

    John-Paul Clarke’s new procedure could help reduce the noise from landing airplanes and bring relief to millions.

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