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A rare book in MIT’s archives helps linguists revive a long-unused Native American language.
How MIT linguists are working to revive Wôpanâak.
Carlos Prieto ‘58 abandoned a promising business career to pursue a life in music.
An MIT professor names a brain research tool after a beloved Red Sox pitcher.
Sheets of elastic, sticky polymers could replace sutures and provide long-term drug delivery.
Three initiatives at MIT plan for big results.
Glimpsing Vader, talking teleportation.
Genes play a big role.
Population mix predicts ethnic fighting.
Students remember the allure of things.
MIT builds pipelines for young learners.
Early break sparks career in production management.
A professional evolution from materials manufacturer to photography dealer.
Path to bassoon mastery winds through MIT.
Plotting legal thrillers outside the box.
Inventing a WeeWorld of avatars with attitude.
Letters from our readers.
A good idea and a determined doctor.
How a Public Service Center fellowship got me hooked on international development.
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Richard Schrock describes why finding an elusive catalyst could have a surprising impact on energy consumption.