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A collective of 100 robots was considered huge until Radhika Nagpal ’94, SM ’94, PhD ’01, taught more than 1,000 of them to act together.
MIT economist David Autor has helped reshape thinking about free trade and job losses.
When I was a refugee, education gave me hope. As a professor, I want to return the favor.
Actor and founder of Water.org shares Bill Clinton’s advice: “Turn toward problems you see.”
New technique uses 3-D printers to generate soft brushes,
furry rabbits, and Velcro-like bristles.
Eye tracking could soon come to cell phones.
New maker space linked to MIT Hong Kong Innovation Node.
Innovative gravity-based flow battery resembles an hourglass.
Alumni and friends are invited to join President L. Rafael Reif for a celebration of MIT, our mission to build a better world, and our vibrant global community.
New research suggests musical preferences are a matter of culture, not nature.
Gary T. Marx examines surveillance through history
—and how it’s changing in the digital age.
MIT has shaped the technological development of India for more than 130 years.
4,444 alumni and friends converge on campus.
Combining engineering and business.
Alumna’s network protocol revolutionized Ethernet.
Woods Hole alumnus heads U.S. naval operations.
Football standout tackles tumors with precision medicine.
U.S.-style canvassing boosts French voter turnout.
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