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Katharina Ribbeck has heard every phlegm, booger, and loogie joke in the book. But her research on mucus reveals it to be a marvel of engineering—and a critical line of defense in the immune system.
MIT’s $1 billion effort to set the course for computing and AI
Facts and figures to sustain your inner geek.
Restructuring MIT to prepare for—and help define—the future of computing.
Shrinking sea ice could disrupt a key current in the Arctic Ocean—and release a huge freshwater reservoir into the Atlantic.
An economist known for climate-change work is MIT’s 37th alumni laureate.
A new technique makes it possible to rapidly make biopharmaceuticals in small batches.
A new construction material grows by absorbing greenhouse gases.
Beach sand patterns are linked to times of environmental flux.
In 1950, Claude Shannon cobbled together telephone circuits to build a machine that could learn.
Why I abandoned the tenure track at MIT to run in California’s Fourth District. And what I learned along the way.
A history of computing in 250 milestones.
Class secretaries have been nurturing connections for 123 years.
New adventures after more than 70 years as an MIT volunteer.
Stanford dean and political philosopher bridges disciplines.
Nine alumni stage reunion at 13,500 feet.
Using augmented reality to spread the benefits of neuro rehab.
Former fighter jet pilot is helping rethink Chinese cities.
Former publisher forges partnerships to develop emerging NYC markets.
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