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MIT’s 14th president transformed the Institute through his commitment to enhance undergraduate education and his efforts to increase diversity.
With an energy-efficient approach to rural connectivity, the late entrepreneur founded a company that aims to bring cellular coverage to the 1.1 billion people who lack it.
Adam Chlipala is building a programming platform that could generate bug-free software.
MIT’s underground walls beckoned, a blank canvas.
Super hero shows up at MIT to announce product engineering class theme.
A flexible new space for MIT’s flourishing performing arts community.
Sleep-monitoring technology that doesn’t interfere with sleep.
Ancient tech could spur carbon-free energy.
A new center at MIT could advance artificial intelligence and help IBM reestablish itself as a leader in the field.
Modest additions to water infrastructure are best.
New hydrogel coatings may lead to better catheters
The first biography of Claude Shannon—tinkerer, juggler, and founder of information theory.
The innovative text adventure game still influences technologists 40 years after its creation.
How will the new dean of engineering address alumni interests?
Kids learn to code without computers.
Creating materials, processes—and glow sticks—at Bell Labs.
Underwater mysteries revealed by unique sonar.
Studying the humble clam leads to environmental work.
Entrepreneur makes it easy to buy gifts on the stock market.
From MIT to Citibank’s innovation leader.
Late Show saxophonist studied physics, chemical engineering.