Tissue grown from a patient's cells could provide the perfect patch for damaged hearts.
News from around campus.
Letters from alumni.
Elizabeth Prodromou, SM '89, PhD '93, advises national policymakers on the relationship between religion and politics.
Four alumni share memories of professors who influenced their lives.
Darrell Irvine, PhD '00, is developing biomaterials that could improve the effectiveness of vaccines.
Mark Childs '81 contends that thriving communities have vibrant civic centers.
Tommie Henderson '95 heads Tennessee's first charter school.
The buildings Eero Saarinen designed for MIT sought to integrate science, art, and religion but stirred controversy.
Why the metric system may never rule.