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Computing pioneer Jay Forrester, SM ’45, developed magnetic-core memory. Then he founded the field of system dynamics. Those are just two of his varied pursuits.
Media Lab researchers explore very different applications of finger-mounted input devices.
Keystroke data could lead to earlier Parkinson’s diagnoses.
Basic research is an investment in the future.
Teams discuss pros and cons of eliminating all MIT stock holdings in fossil fuels.
Cognitive skills peak at different ages.
Carbon nanotube film could let manufacturers “bake” aircraft composites without a giant oven.
We too often attribute great advances to individual brilliance rather than hard work, suggests a new book.
The story behind an MIT professor’s quest for synthetic penicillin.
How I found the middle ground between idealism and cynicism.
Full-time work, short-term placement, long-term benefits.
Meet President John Chisholm ’75, SM ’76
Casual chat led to pioneering work in ultrasound.
The evolving challenges of space travel.
Alumna leads Duke’s medical school.
Analyzing the data behind your downloads.
Google Drive developer sets sights on videoconferencing.
Entrepreneur brings test prep to mobile devices.