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Optimus Ride gets cars driving safely on their own by limiting where they operate.
Chuck Wexler, PhD ’84, is helping police chiefs tackle the challenges of 21st-century policing, from rethinking use of force to responding to the opioid crisis.
Facts and figures about 3D printing at MIT.
Just as MIT is refreshed each fall by a new tide of students, America is continually refreshed by immigration.
MIT engineers draw up plans for a system to store renewable energy in white-hot molten silicon.
A low-cost system could provide totally passive refrigeration.
A printed device simulates cancer treatments on biopsied tissue.
Former MIT Corporation chair Dana Mead helped advance the Institute’s interests on many fronts.
NASA’s sky survey has discovered another new planet.
A new drug delivery material could help prevent cartilage breakdown.
A new neural network developed by MIT engineers spies transparent objects in the dark.
Pat McGovern’s leadership lessons and the science behind the first US food-safety regulations.
Even at MIT, sometimes less is more.
When Lois Lilley Howe’s male colleagues left her architecture firm in 1900, she proved she didn’t need men to run a thriving practice.
Alumnae build lifelong networks, give back through mentoring and advising.
Janet Freeman-Daily ’78
Peter Wainman ’92
Antonio Galloni, MBA ’05
Connie Liu ’16
Mareena Robinson-Snowden, PhD ’17
Farnaz Niroui, SM ’13, PhD ’17
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The transparent walls of MIT’s iconic auditorium become mirrorlike at twilight.