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Melinda Hale, SM ’09, PhD ’13, uses engineering ingenuity to extract more power, profit, and data from landfill gas.
Institute Professor Ann Graybiel, PhD ’71, has transformed our understanding of a “primitive” area of the brain.
Aero-astro’s Beaverworks class offers undergrads an unusual challenge: designing drones for the military.
Alumnae’s nonprofit helps women launch sustainable businesses selling clean water.
A rite of passage for new Sloan MBA students provides lessons in systems thinking.
Mechanical engineering professor Alexander Slocum ’82, SM ’83, PhD ’85, focuses his passion for industrial design on the toughest problems in renewable energy.
The Media Lab’s Neri Oxman, PhD ’10, wants designers not just to dream up new products but to change the way they’re made.
Economists have long used game theory to make sense of the world. Now engineers and computer scientists are using it to rethink their work.
New faculty member Amos Winter, SM ’05, PhD ’11, tackles the “crazy hard” engineering challenges of the developing world.
Nigeria’s finance minister, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, MCP ’78, PhD ’81, isn’t afraid to clean house.