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William Barton Rogers enlisted his powers of persuasion to realize the vision that became MIT: a scientific institution dedicated to both theory and practice.
Desirée Plata, PhD ‘09, is on a mission to make nanotube production less toxic and more efficient.
System could monitor vital signs without contact
Targeting cells that evade chemotherapy
could prevent relapses
Alumnus gift will let MIT increase enrollment
Classic logistics algorithm gets a makeover
Study probes nature of “collective intelligence”
Peter Diamond wins economics prize for work on markets
Examining turning points in the Institute’s history
MIT got its charter in 1861, but another 150th celebration may be in order in 2015.
The give and take of ESL tutoring
Lincoln Center performance features a digitally controlled ensemble
Join the festivities wherever you are in the global MIT community
Retired military systems engineer paved the way for other women
MIT professor emeritus advanced GPS technology
Retired New York Times journalist uncovers the stories of MIT
Noise-reduction pioneer advances communications
Wildlife photography and writing go hand in hand
Origami master makes the intricate look effortless