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Alan Oppenheim ‘59, SM ‘61, ScD ‘64, who literally wrote the book on digital signal processing, encourages far-out thinking that gets concrete results.
Vannevar Bush, EGD ‘16, advised wartime presidents and laid plans for a national science establishment that endures today.
CSAIL professor helped computer win at Jeopardy!
Exploring the mysteries of anesthesia
A step toward invisibility
Blood-vessel cells suppress tumor growth
Ian Waitz succeeds Subra Suresh
New research reveals how poor people get richer
EECS head Eric Grimson
How MIT’s first presidents shaped the Institute
The many lives of the man who built Bell’s telephone
Shepherding the Koch Institute’s researchers into their new home
Master artist teaches in MIT Glass Lab residency
Information technology pioneer promotes open K-12 initiatives
Singapore IT expert becomes educational innovator
High-flying nutritionist works for women and children
Baseball and statistics are a natural match
Alumna sets marathon record
New York, New York