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Miho Mazereeuw’s Urban Risk Lab designs everyday infrastructure to help people weather crises.
Not having a college degree didn’t stop Gadi Geiger from becoming a neuroscientist—or serving as the go-to guy for career advice in the Poggio Lab.
Can a hospital “Share” button save us?
The day after the presidential election, the MIT community began processing the outcome in Lobby 7.
Why a furry wetsuit could keep you warmer and drier.
MIT offers “tough tech” innovators a realistic pathway to the marketplace.
New material could help convert power-plant emissions into transportation fuels.
Portable pellets may allow drugs on demand.
MIT study sheds light on drivers of health-care expenditures.
Economist Kenneth Rogoff, PhD ’80, makes the case for phasing out big bills.
Dickey Chapelle ’39 blazed a trail for combat photojournalists.
Club volunteers build MIT community where they live.
Materials science takes center stage.
Pioneering entrepreneurship at MIT
Chasing the puzzle of climate change
Independent spirit powers an entrepreneurial life
Using precision medicine to target heart disease
Alumnus takes food out of the kitchen and into the lab
Entrepreneur wields smartphones against chronic disease