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MIT’s chancellor, Cynthia Barnhart, SM ’85, PhD ’88, tackles difficult issues from an engineer’s perspective.
Larry Kahn ’75, SM ’76, is a mild-mannered IT expert— and a legend in the world of tournament tiddlywinks.
Being told I wouldn’t walk again could have meant the beginning of the end.
Magic theme appropriate for professor’s 20th year of teaching Product Engineering Processes.
Researchers zero in on a neural population that responds to music.
New system could save the warmth of a sunny day and release it when it’s cold.
“MIT Nation” is equivalent to world’s 10th-largest economy.
Gel-like bandage incorporates electronics to monitor health.
MIT invention could make incandescent lightbulbs as efficient as LEDs.
If these customers like your new product, it’s probably doomed.
For decades stargazers searched in vain for the hidden
planet presumed to be causing Mercury’s irregular orbit.
Victor Weisskopf used his charisma to unite scientists calling for control of the nuclear weapons he helped invent.
SXSW Interactive celebrates MIT-style innovation.
At Random Hall, a bad beverage makes a good mascot.
Tech reunions preview.
Mr. Marketing Management.
Pursuing picture-perfect sound.
Understanding communities of marine microörganisms.
Transportation secretary puts her skills on the line.
Scaling up biology to create a global drug supply.
MIT’s $100K contest inspires MassChallenge accelerator.