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By helping restore sight to blind children in India, Project Prakash founder Pawan Sinha, SM ’92, PhD ’95, is also able to study how the brain learns to see.
As the future beckons unto the Class of 2012, three of MIT’s newest alumni look back on what they put into—and got out of—their time at the Institute.
Images suggest a more colorful history than expected
Online courses will enhance on-campus learning and open classrooms to the world
A new dimension in photovoltaics
New algorithms could lead to self-sculpting “smart sand”
Double wings could overcome problems with supersonic flight
Nanoparticles that synthesize proteins could treat cancer
An urban planner rethinks our parking spaces.
During World War II, some MIT scientists turned their talents to preserving apple pie.
From science to poetry and back again
Managing a city, in HO scale
Chiquita White ’85 returns to the alumni board
New board members took office July 1
A life lived between China and America
Education innovator was inspired by civil rights
Innovation facilitator transforms communities
Alumnus wins Academy Award for technical innovation
Tuskegee president shares MIT vision
Aerospace engineer aims to make the flying car a reality