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Polina Anikeeva, PhD ’09, is developing materials that offer low-impact or even wireless connections to the nervous system, allowing researchers to stimulate and collect data from individual brain cells.
A grad student sees how much she can pack into 14 hours of IAP.
New research shows that it’s surprisingly easy to identify individuals from credit card metadata.
Paper strip reveals results.
Joan Jonas represents United States at Venice Biennale.
Study identifies features that boost a violin’s sound.
Longer-lasting insulin adapts to changes in blood-sugar levels.
CSAIL researcher invented core database concepts, turned many into companies.
Some question whether computer science really qualifies as science. A new book provides an answer to the skeptics.
People used to claim there were no qualified women to hire in physics. An MIT physicist proved them wrong.
Here’s what the campus looked like under all that snow.
A recent graduate reflects on his last few weeks at MIT.
MIT Center for Real Estate trains professionals to work in aging cities and emerging nations.
Capping a diverse career with a visionary waterways project.
Leading Draper Laboratory into new fields.
Humor writer to publish graphic novel on hacks.
Past Sloan fellow helps create invention marketplace.
Advancing neuroscience by listening to fruit flies.
Hacking a dollhouse to bring STEM to girls.
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