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  • The Story of a Study of
    the Mind

    As a grad student, Rebecca Saxe, PhD ’03, identified the parts of the brain that help us recognize others’ feelings. As a new professor, she took that research a step further in a groundbreaking follow-up study.

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  • The Body Electric

    Hugh Herr, SM ’93, isn’t just developing more capable prosthetic limbs. He’s rethinking what humans can do.

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  • Mens et Apparata

    Creating artificial intelligence turns out to be far more challenging than anyone expected. But the new Center for Brains, Minds, and Machines is ready to try again. This time, computer scientists, biologists, and neuroscientists will be tackling the problem together.

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  • Engineering Thrills

    MIT’s STE@M is developing next-generation sporting equipment, from fishing reels and kiteboards to skis for disabled athletes.

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  • Chemical Connector

    Paul Weiss ’80, SM ’80, is bringing together nanoscientists and neuroscientists to develop new tools for understanding the brain.

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  • Rewriting the Playbook

    Putting pro sports under the ­microscope is ­changing the way the games are played. Through the work of researchers and an influential annual conference, MIT is helping to lead the way.

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