How a handful of MIT electrical engineers pioneered synthetic biology.
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Alan Oppenheim ‘59, SM ‘61, ScD ‘64, who literally wrote the book on digital signal processing, encourages far-out thinking that gets concrete results.
Vannevar Bush, EGD ‘16, advised wartime presidents and laid plans for a national science establishment that endures today.
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