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Pioneering biologist Robert Weinberg, the first to discover a gene that causes cancer, is now studying how the disease spreads.
Saul Griffith likes taking risks–and attacks problems wherever they arise, without fear of failure.
The Media Lab’s wild child grows up … sort of.
Research could lead to new treatments for brain injuries, neurodegenerative disorders.
Nanotech makes thermoelectric materials viable.
The Institute extends the reach of its OpenCourseWare.
MIT Cycling provides energy for the largest human-powered computation ever.
Tracking owls with cell phones.
Business in the age of Wikipedia.
The influence of a legendary department.
A career devoted to enriching public spaces.
Machine-learning expert bridges international borders.
OCW helps entrepreneur switch to biotech.
MD-PhD graduate leads Duke Medical School
Entrepreneur and husband Alan Litchman, SM ‘95, MBA ‘96, finagle a bagel–literally.
Award-winning harpsichordist creates Hyperscore.
Letters from our readers.
Women’s League continues tradition of service.
Applying Dad’s lessons.
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Serial entrepreneur Larry Bock has confidence in nanotech.