Sandy Pentland is using data gathered by cell phones to learn about human behavior.
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New publications, experiments and breakthroughs in nanotechnology--and what they mean.
An innovative navigation system uses optical signals from hospital lights to guide patients with traumatic brain injuries around hospitals.
MIT's Andrew Lo describes how one rogue trader can impact global markets.
MIT researchers used conference badges to collect data on people's interactions and visualize the social network.
A similar approach might soon be tested in humans.
Inside the U.S. Senate's energy debate.
Autonomous underwater vehicles advance--not to mention stop, turn, and hover.
Dennis Freeman, SM '76, PhD '86, helps explain why the ear is so good at telling one sound from another.
A leader in documenting man-made climate change, MIT's Ronald Prinn has also made it his business to inform world leaders--and the public--about the risks of ignoring it.