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    Watching live neurons in adult mice, MIT’s Elly Nedivi has found a surprising amount of growth.

  • Biology and the Engineer

    Subra Suresh is borrowing tools from physics to understand nanoscale changes in diseased cells.

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  • Machine in Motion

    MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab pushes the limits of today’s robotic technology.

  • Art by Numbers

    John Maeda leads techno-artists who are pushing the boundaries between computer programming and design.

  • Body Image

    The latest medical-imaging advances provide unprecedented diagnostic power – and they’re visually stunning.

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    These six men oversee more than $120 billion in research and technology investments in the United States.


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