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3 Questions: social implications and responsibilities of computing
3 Questions: Faculty appointments and MIT Schwarzman College of Computing
Politics of ugly buildings
Humanizing speech in deaf-blind community
Developing artificial intelligence tools for all
For one graduate student, MIT's nuclear reactor is like a “second home”
Finding value in nature and ensuring green growth
Scientists discover source of new CFC emissions
Bringing human-like reasoning to driverless car navigation
This robot helps you lift objects – by looking at your biceps
3Q: fact finders
From micro to macro
MIT Policy Hackathon connects data-driven problem solvers
Mathematical technique quickly tunes next-generation lenses
MIT team places second in 2019 NASA BIG Idea Challenge
Amnahir Peña-Alcántara named 2019 Knight-Hennessy Scholar
A “biomultimeter” lets scientists measure RNA and protein production in real-time
MIT and U.S. Air Force sign agreement to launch AI Accelerator
Merging machine learning and life sciences
Renowned architect I.M. Pei ’40 dies at 102
Hal Gregersen says questions are answer
Steering fusion’s “D-turn”
Manipulating atoms one at a time with an electron beam
3 Questions: New investment in Osborn Triangle
Solution for remotely monitoring oil wells wins MIT $100K
Public opinion study in Europe shows drop in anti-immigration sentiment, among other changes
Eleven MIT students accept 2019 Fulbright Fellowships
How we make complex decisions
Virtual reality game simulates experiences with race
MIT Policy Lab launches MITx course on policy outreach
Norman Phillips, former meteorology department head, dies at 95
MIT and KTH will collaborate on urban planning and development in Stockholm
A new era in 3-D printing
3Q: Hal Abelson on empowering kids through mobile technology
Susan Silbey earns faculty’s prestigious Killian Award
James Livingston, senior lecturer emeritus in materials science and engineering, dies at 88
New surface treatment could improve refrigeration efficiency
Grad student John Urschel tackles his lifelong balance of math and football in new memoir
Leaving room for a little improvisation
Robert Langer wins 2019 Dreyfus Prize for Chemistry in Support of Human Health
Generating high-quality single photons for quantum computing
Measuring chromosome imbalance could clarify cancer prognosis
Local high school girls build dye-sensitized solar cells at MIT
Where design meets assembly for three MIT alumnae at Microsoft
Artificial intelligence shines light on dark web
Caught between criminals and cops
Structure of T cell epitopes a decisive factor in natural HIV control, study finds
MIT, Blue Origin to cooperate on sending research experiment to moon