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A programming tool gives children the ability to build
their own apps—and solve social problems.
Manolis Kellis helped lead a major effort to map the chemical tags that cells use to get their instructions from DNA.
Spotlight gave data geeks a moment of glory.
MIT marked the centennial of its move from Boston to Cambridge with a parade, a pageant, dance parties—and of course, fireworks.
New study shows huge mortality gap between rich and poor.
Robot unfolds, removes button battery from simulated stomach.
Launching our second century in Cambridge—and our campaign.
Scientists discover potentially habitable planets just 40 light-years from Earth.
System can make small batches of drugs on demand.
Jeffrey Grossman sees this fossil fuel as a raw material for electronics.
The history of cyberwarfare goes back further than you’d think.
A superconducting switch seemed destined to replace computers’ vacuum tubes before semiconductors won the day.
Institute unites to help solve global problems.
New MITAA leader Nicolas E. Chammas, SM ’87,
brings global reach.
Untangling Boston’s major highways—twice.
Engineer turned patent attorney clarifies law for inventors.
Music + architecture = urban musical instruments.
Disney strategist led Pixar acquisition.
Steering China toward sustainability with an innovative nonprofit organization.
High flyer to secure the Internet of things.
San Francisco, California