For Professor Bonnie Berger, SM ’86, PhD ’90, a computational biologist, the explosion of new genomic information offers a gold mine of opportunities.
For computational biologist Bonnie Berger, SM ’86, PhD ’90, the explosion of new genomic information offers a gold mine of opportunities.
Mild-mannered management consultant Amy Chu ’91 fashioned her own alternate universe—and brought real science and diversity to the world of comics.
The failed dream of a railcar entrepreneur opened the door for “New Technology.”
A new statement defines the kind of community we aimto create together.
Enterprising engineers tested the creamy filling to understand what happens when the sandwich cookie is twisted apart.
A new design with no moving parts converts heat to electricity more efficiently than a steam turbine and could lead to a fully decarbonized power grid.
The Institute will back more research in Native American studies and support community efforts on campus, among other measures.
A study finds that with safety measures in place, 2020 stadium openings had no impact on local case rates.
A new analysis shows how mammary gland cells change in nursing mothers over time.
Big sound from a thin film.
Supported by a $100 million founding gift, the Morningside Academy for Design is expected to open in the fall.
The MIT administration has committed to negotiate in good faith.
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