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After leading MIT for 13 years, MIT President Charles M. Vest announces his resignation.
Al Gross's 1938 invention of the walkie-talkie launched mobile communications.
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Computer-guided laser beams create microscopic 3-D structures.
A chip that combines optics and electronics generates light 100 times more efficiently than previous devices.