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An MIT startup reimagines the bra as a heart monitor—and aims to fill the data gap for women’s heart disease.
A data-analyzing tool can help researchers zero in on the most interesting questions.
Graphic design at MIT
Opening this fall, MIT.nano will offer a campus-wide collaboration space at the nano frontier.
Teasing logic from the glorious mess of human interactions and transactions
This year’s One World @ MIT event celebrated the ways MIT people, research, and initiatives are creating a more sustainable future.
To learn a language like a native, start by age 10.
A spacecraft the size of a refrigerator could help find habitable planets.
Origami variation with slits inspires bandages that adhere to flexible surfaces.
Monitor can detect low levels of white blood cells in chemo patients.
Brittle material is bendable in tiny needle form.
Computer interface picks up invisible neuromuscular signals triggered by internal verbalizations.
Two young adult novels by alumni embrace MIT’s nerdiness.
Ernest Crocker used his million-dollar nose to help fight the Nazis.
MIT women foster change and create connections at campus event.
Turning strategy planning into Association action.
Marvin L. Baker ’51, SM ’53, ScD ’56
Mark Manary ’77
Peter Mui ’82
Chrystal Kornegay, MCP ’97
Arnon de Mello, MBA ’07
Ruth Jeannine Brillman, PhD ’17
Allan Gottlieb ‘67 might not think of himself as “The Puzzle Guy” but that is how many MIT alumni know him. Gottlieb reflects on more than 50 years as the sole editor for MIT Technology Review’s Puzzle Corner column.