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MIT’s STE@M is developing next-generation sporting equipment, from fishing reels and kiteboards to skis for disabled athletes.
Melinda Hale, SM ’09, PhD ’13, uses engineering ingenuity to extract more power, profit, and data from landfill gas.
New x-ray system could image soft tissues.
Quantum entanglement may explain gravity.
How the brain learns without forgetting.
A new algorithm could mitigate mysterious freeway backups.
Telecom patterns confirm social splits between national regions.
Schools that raise test scores aren’t necessarily producing better thinkers.
Economics professor’s book challenges elementary schoolers.
In 1953, Betty Geren proved her mettle as an “Iron Man.”
A family mental illness launched me on a quest.
Alumni tackle “moon shots” in Mountain View.
Environmental lawyer cleans up elections.
Architect practices “art with utility”.
Applying chip-design knowledge to patents.
Neuroscientist seeks brain mechanisms for language processing.
Understanding the impact of manufacturing location.
Google internship inspires the launch of Mobee.
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