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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
Study finds ancient North Africa was much more lush than previously thought
Randomized study sheds light on the effect of expanding health-care coverage
Study of anesthesia-induced brain-wave patterns could help doctors make sure patients don’t wake up during operations
MIT researchers have decoded the complex structure that gives bones their strength
Metastatic cells move through tight spaces more quickly than ordinary cells
Emissionless method could curb a major source of greenhouse gases
The patient who transformed the science of memory