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Dennis Freeman, SM ‘76, PhD ‘86, helps explain why the ear is so good at telling one sound from another.
Autonomous underwater vehicles advance–not to mention stop, turn, and hover.
Music + light + architecture = ingenious art.
Unifying algorithm for neural prosthetics will help convert brain signals into action.
Design competition for virtual MIT dorms.
MIT fares well in DARPA’s famous robotic-car race.
Authentication technology could be the watchdog for an even wider world.
Simple techniques yield complex compound.
Leather and its imitators.
Four MIT student teams raced vessels, which they had constructed, in the Head of the Zesiger regatta in October.
Current research, “Ingenious Machines” open new MIT Museum gallery.
Volunteers sharpen leadership skills.
Voice-mail pioneer launched second career in higher education.
Fostering creativity on film.
Federal Reserve role shapes everyday economics.
Family’s public service inspires Puerto Rico’s top attorney.
Revolution COO banks on a new soccer age.
Clocky’s inventor builds a business.
Letters from our readers.
Dramashop turns 80, two years after celebrating its 50th season. (But who’s counting?)
Inside the U.S. Senate’s energy debate.
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