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Famous words of Institute alumni and faculty
Reid Sheftall ‘78 helps badly burned children make a new start–and found one himself, on the golf course
Engineering analysis confirms feasibility of ancient maritime trading.
Americans are a long way from treading lightly on the Earth.
Solar research at MIT
Hydrophones are as effective as hurricane flights, but cheaper
Financial-aid budget increases to $74 million
MIT’s blackjack maestros paid a visit before their story hit the box office
The anti-textbook for do-it-yourself fun
50th anniversary of famous feat nears
The Alumni Association’s new president
Promoting sustainable energy and connecting lives
The baron of information integration
Championing a future for nuclear energy
GM executive pioneers a new balance
Instructables pioneer loves to kite-surf
Science writer intrigued by “weird, cool living things”
Letters from our readers
From whimsical to award-winning
Numbers that can change the world
Johns Hopkins researchers have developed a feedback system for surgical robots, which lack subtle sensations.