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A family loss intensified Cullen Buie’s interest in bacteria—and harnessing them for good.
Eye-tracking technology could help take the guesswork out of diagnosing brain injuries.
When new data disrupts our old assumptions, it’s up to us to make a better model.
Investigating MIT’s connections to slavery.
Yo-Yo Ma plays Bach in Kresge—and explains how culture spurs innovation.
On Twitter, falsehoods spread more quickly than the truth.
Chatting with adults boosts kids’ brain development.
More chaotic layouts make for less intense “heat islands.”
Robots learn to pick up items and classify them.
Blockchain technology gives grads control over their academic credentials.
A professor’s photographs and his subjects’ candid stories.
Long-forgotten experimental device restored for research and teaching.
Alumni clubs promote science and engineering education in their communities.
MIT alumna joins America’s Cup design team.
Physicist who saw the Hindenburg fly now collaborates with the Age Lab.
Making machines that speak without an accent.
Winning new audiences for opera.
Microsoft’s former philanthropy head now leads social impact accelerator.
Film festival showcases housing issues.
Neuroscientist helps lead conversation on CTE in sports.