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A background in materials science helps cardiologist Debra Judelson ‘73 probe the mysteries of heart disease in women.
Teachers discuss the importance of visual aids.
New insight into Alzheimer’s.
Dorm contest saves energy.
Chemist Timothy Swager wins Lemelson-MIT Prize for sensitive sensors.
It just wants to help.
John Horvath ‘81 discusses the complexity of the Cassini-Huygens voyage in her book showcasing 150 of the mission’s best photographs of Saturn.
Pamela Melroy, SM ‘84, commands next mission.
New Alumni Association president finds MIT community worldwide.
An artful path through painful times.
Growing a family orchard.
Founding a fiber-optic firm and MIT family.
Medical examiner supports prevention.
Youngest judge appointed to U.S. Court of Appeals.
Grand Integrator works on calculus and community.
Sputnik beeps and the Institute responds.
The adventures of a roving brass rat.
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