Scott Marks Jr. '68, SM '69, takes over as president.
Its commercial heyday may have been during World War II, but the Wright Brothers Memorial Wind Tunnel is still being used today as a teaching lab in Course XVI.
With their creative uses for hydraulic-powered machines, 12-volt conversion technology, fiberglass, and even herbicides, the Amish have a lot to teach the rest of America. By Ed Tenner
Your thoughts on emerging technologies, energy policy, Michael Crichton, more
Forensic technology may deter states from giving terrorists nukes.
Faster plastic-based semiconductors and a step toward lighter, nonsteel auto engines
Cooling data centers, speeding up secure data transmissions, making Internet phone calls clearer, and more
Safer genetic therapy and an imaging technique for monitoring the development of Alzheimer's disease
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Wireless goes rural.