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Book by MIT’s latest MacArthur “genius” draws raves
How “humanist” fonts could improve driver safety
The surprising motivation of machine gamblers
A new look at why countries are rich or poor
An urban planner rethinks our parking spaces.
Why better fuel efficiency hasn’t translated into more miles per gallon
In more than four decades at MIT, political scientist Suzanne Berger has shifted from studying French peasants to spearheading research on how to revive U.S. industry.
First 1K House prototype built in China
Casual conversations among colleagues can prove surprisingly fruitful. At MIT, some of those conversations have lasted for 60 years.
An MIT doctoral student is refining fog harvesting to help bring water to the poor.