The Professor Who Brings Physics to Life
Over four decades at MIT, Walter Lewin got undergraduates excited about physics. Now his lectures are reaching millions of students around the world.
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As the engineering technician at the LIGO lab, Myron MacInnis builds the contraptions that let researchers search for clues about the makeup of the universe.
Inspired by lessons he learned at MIT, Ronald Berger ‘81 is trying to perfect a painless method of preventing cardiac arrest.
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