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With patent reform a hot topic in Washington, alumna Michelle Lee brings a technologist’s perspective—and a balanced approach—to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Toilet paper dodgeball. PowerPoint Karaoke. Ice cream made using liquid nitrogen. Freshmen can try all of the above, test out the dorms, and meet other students during a week of Residence Exploration better known as REX.
Rising ocean acidity will cause dramatic shifts in phytoplankton species.
Flight delays can be distributed more equitably among airlines.
Collaboration with BU gives MIT entrepreneurs free legal help.
MacArthur Fellow finds incentives lacking for development of early-stage cancer drugs.
Design with solid electrolyte significantly improves capacity and safety.
Cutting fusion down to practical size.
A new book lauds the value of intellectual collaboration.
Before the Hindenburg, there was the Shenandoah.
From STEM to stern, Herman Melville’s classic whaling novel resonates with MIT students.
Four alumni share unbridled enthusiasm for MIT.
Emma Rogers Society keeps surviving MIT spouses connected.
Making his mark on the world with bar codes.
Bridge champion and algorithm researcher.
Institute trailblazer innovates in speech enhancement.
Blending the online and real-life worlds of golf.
From Bloomberg TV to new business.
Nuclear engineer leads fight against gay conversion therapy.
Cabin John, Maryland