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Plastics have become synonymous with waste, but they can be made sustainably.
Compact unmanned aerial vehicles will perform many valuable jobs if aviation regulations allow them to operate commercially.
Techniques that can soften or erase memories raise many ethical questions.
From different angles, two of our feature stories explore the role of humans in an automated world.
A 1938 article anticipated the opportunities—and challenges—of harnessing the sun’s energy.
Zeroing in on black carbon may slow the effects of greenhouse-gas emissions.
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.
A tale of Cold War jitters