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An MIT institution, Norbert Wiener did seminal work in control theory and signal processing.
When Noramay Cadena ‘03, SM ‘11, MBA ‘11, arrived on campus as an 18-year-old freshman, she brought along her toddler. When she returned to earn two graduate degrees, her daughter felt right at home.
Mice with modified livers respond to drugs more like people
Nanotech device zeroes in on diseased cells
Bose donates stock to MIT
New study shows stronger numbers, involvement for women on MIT’s faculty
Looking back—and forward—at a “revolutionary” institution
The Institute celebrates with the Next Century Convocation and an open house
An MIT doctoral student is refining fog harvesting to help bring water to the poor.
MIT economists offer a glimpse into the lives of the very poor.
How MIT Lincoln Laboratory got its start
Coming out of the geek closet at MIT’s open house
Houston architect focuses on community building
New board members begin July 1
Railroad executive stays true to fraternity
Pioneering engineer advocates for women and the arts
A career in science sparked by Sputnik
Economist mapped implementation of the euro
Entrepreneur helps consumers find bargains in online marketplaces
Novel contest taps Boeing engineer’s creative side