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As an early crusader for social change, Katharine Dexter McCormick, Class of 1904, opened new opportunities for women at MIT and beyond.
Faster than a speeding robot, able to bend rebar with the whack of a sledgehammer, Woodie Flowers is on a mission to promote hands-on engineering education.
Felines balance two physical forces to lap liquid
Adding a face shield to military helmets could reduce blast-induced brain injuries
Students meet for regular “code reviews” with local engineers
A thermochemical battery could hold and release energy as needed
Brain scans can predict whether kids will improve at reading
MIT’s first African-American graduate was America’s first prominent black architect
Jennifer Lai ‘11 joins long list of MIT winners
The story of the Human Genome Project
MIT had a hand in developing the country’s first diesel-powered high-speed train.
Why I walked the California coastline, and how alumni helped
Individual stories evoke MIT’s personal side
Convocation Is for You
“Disasterman” always stood ready for war and earthquakes
Former management consultant loves classic cars
Technology transfer head brings MIT innovations to the world
Building healthy urban communities in Rhode Island
His Chinese Internet company attracts some 50 million viewers daily
Reaching out to Middle Eastern girls in need