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A portable pill scanner invented by Ívar Helgason, SM ’08, María Rúnarsdóttir, MBA ’08, and Gauti Reynisson, MBA ’10, flags medication mistakes at the hospital bedside.
593 students walk into a gallery—and go home with a work of art.
New algorithm lets robot bound across grassy terrain.
Glowing magnetic particles could help map cellular structures and treat disease.
Dresselhaus, Solow win Presidential Medal of Freedom.
By analyzing carbon dioxide in exhalations, an algorithm could help paramedics determine how to treat patients.
Following a groundbreaking survey, MIT takes steps to minimize unwanted sexual behavior.
Researchers harness deadly bacteria’s delivery mechanism to fight cancer.
An MIT economist presents a guidebook for doing research in the real world.
In 1933, nine MIT students took a camping trip through Europe – the first of an annual series that was destined to be short-lived.
The science fiction master’s (brief) foray into missile defense.
Alumni, students celebrate 40 years of tango and waltz.
Other requirements may come and go, but you still can’t graduate without knowing how to swim.
See what happens when you give Nobel laureates crayons.
Boeing planner now helps investors save for retirement.
Inventor seeks to demystify the Great Pyramid.
Nonprofit’s CEO brings opportunity to millions.
Promoting green building across California.
Roboticist blends art and science.
Encouraging entrepreneurs to solve urban problems.
Menlo Park, California