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A student’s account of the president’s visit.
Institute Professor Barbara Liskov pioneered many of the ideas that have shaped modern computer science.
MacArthur Foundation “genius” Esther Duflo, PhD ‘99, field-tests aid programs to find out which ones work-and why.
Retinal implant could restore some vision to blind people
Color-shifting roofs could save energy
Quantum computers may actually be useful
Alumni honored with MacArthur, Nobel awards
New minor addresses a major issue
Researchers get gas to act like a magnet
Computer science class finally gets its textbook
Alumni peer mentoring reshapes lives
The annual running of the insomniacs turns 30
Still solving tough problems at 90
Military beginnings lead to world travels
Vatican astronomer mingles religion and science
Applying economics as a tool for change
Doctor inspires kids to dream big
Director of sustainability advances green building
Brasher explains the process of screenprinting.
Traffic vs. Tech in the 1960s
Will the greenhouse effect prevent the return of glaciers?