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Sally Haslanger explores the philosophical issues surrounding adoption.
A sensor-rich apartment helps researcher gather mundane data about everyday living.
Its commercial heyday may have been during World War II, but the Wright Brothers Memorial Wind Tunnel is still being used today as a teaching lab in Course XVI.
Barbara Bedell resurrects the story of Colonel Edward Green and the MIT labs that the eccentric millionaire supported.
Mark Childs ‘81 contends that thriving communities have vibrant civic centers.
The buildings Eero Saarinen designed for MIT sought to integrate science, art, and religion but stirred controversy.
Visiting professor Marcia Bartusiak has compiled an anthology of history’s most important astronomical discoveries.
Philosopher Irving Singer explores the legacy of three film directors whose writings provide insights into their art.
How Bosworth Built MIT.
At first, getting into MIT was not so difficult.