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Regina Herzlinger ‘65 has strong medicine for the health-care industry.
The campus continues its evolution.
A debate worthy of Alan Turing.
MIT device will monitor cancer treatments in real time.
William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, act 3, scene 1
New physics theory could cut the cord on power chargers for gadgets.
To move artificial intelligence forward we must unpack human mental states.
20 years of photography by Donna Coveney.
MIT employs its own.
Changes, Challenges, Choices conference
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Numerical-analysis pioneer began with the Whirlwind computer.
Wharton professor makes IT a strategic business tool.
Physician provides accessible medical care for homeless women.
Sports enthusiast launches ESPN Radio Boston.
Composer’s new work premieres at Carnegie Hall.
Inventor hangs out his shingle.
The alumnus who traded in his glove for
Building bicimáquinas–and encouraging sustainable development–in Guatemala.
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