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By asking that simple question for more than five decades, Institute Professor Millie Dresselhaus has pioneered nanoscience, launched a new field of energy research, and helped women find their place at MIT.
Nigeria’s finance minister, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, MCP ’78, PhD ’81, isn’t afraid to clean house.
Some cancer cell mutations can slow or halt tumor growth
New technique for solving “graph Laplacians” makes it easier to tackle a wide array of practical problems
Director of MIT Energy Initiative would replace Steven Chu in cabinet post
New ceramics can take a beating and still shed water
Goldwasser and Micali revolutionized cryptography
Linguists think human language melds birdsong, animal communication
A new book explores a single line of code for the Commodore 64
The professor who tapped into a doomsday scenario to teach advanced space systems engineering
Postdocs had plenty of ideas for improving their lot at the Institute. Now they have a way to make them happen.
The Public Service Center celebrates 25 years
Pioneering humanitarian engineering
“Mentor capitalist” shares his technical and business savvy
Keeping his eyes on the skies
Alumna applies her engineering savvy to racing-yacht design
Electrical engineer battles disease and empowers women in rural India
Young diplomat focuses on U.S.-China relations