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Professor Dianne Newman, PhD ‘98, studies rocks for clues about the origins of photosynthesis–and how chronic infections take hold.
MIT’s role in the device’s development is often lost in the telling.
Tracing the Media Lab’s influence on video games, architecture, and more
Neuroscientist Charles Mobbs ‘78 studies the science of aging
Research shows that outside stimuli can turn genes on and off in developing brains
An electronic insole catches imbalance early
Stem cells in the spinal cord could spur healing
MIT researchers take part in the world’s biggest physics experiment
Christopher Kelty examines the ideas behind free software
MIT “doers” prefer the field to the stands
MIT professor heads Korean institute
Knitting together computers and people
Solo sailor shares adventures with K-12 students
Rabbi builds community in Vermont
Pension strategist helps fund managers see the future
A man who would not walk away from Africa
Letters from our readers
Spying on the sun’s “marvelous beasts”
My two weeks on “Mars”
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An improved retinal implant stimulates neurons to restore sight.