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This year's Dibner fellows study weather control, spacecraft accidents, tools for measuring sound, and earthquakes of the 19th century.
MIT's faculty has voted to double its percentage of underrepresented minorities--and triple the graduate school's--over the next decade.
Barry Jordan '83 helps clients improve efficiency and keeps construction projects on track.
Visiting professor Marcia Bartusiak has compiled an anthology of history's most important astronomical discoveries.
Assciation news and events.
Robert Van de Graaff invented a high-voltage generator that helped lay the foundation for experimental particle and nuclear physics.
Some have it, some don't.
Political choices, as much as technological innovation, define the structure of new media.
Our February cover story on Aubrey de Grey and antiaging science lives on.