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Putting pro sports under the microscope is changing the way the games are played. Through the work of researchers and an influential annual conference, MIT is helping to lead the way.
Paul Weiss ’80, SM ’80, is bringing together nanoscientists and neuroscientists to develop new tools for understanding the brain.
Researchers form compounds that help liver cells grow outside the body.
Analysis of 6.002x sheds light on how students learn online.
Manufacturing—not materials—is biggest source of emissions.
A key to cognitive flexibility.
Software helps hone social skills.
Simulations based on lunar satellite data explain gravitational anomalies.
Suzanne Berger argues for domestic manufacturing.
In 1970, a low-emission car race from MIT to Caltech offered a look at what was possible.
My year of advanced undergrad research.
Senior class giving tops 83 percent.
Health-care entrepreneur endows brain research fellowship.
Computer science alumna takes the helm at Microsoft Research
Speeding up the supply chain with low-slung robots.
Pushing the limits in physics and mountaineering.
Giving the natural world full exposure.
Globe-trotting engineer supports students and workplace safety.