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How to Choose the Right Car Cover

A car cover is an important part of protecting your car's finish. Not only does it keep the rain and dust off of the...

D-Lab project leads to solar career in Africa

When she started her first year after an internship in a company that left her dissatisfied, Jodie Wu '09 questioned her career...

Knocking on the innovation door in Chile

Growing up in Chile, where his family owned a mini-market, Rocio Fonseca, SM '14, learned to expect a life limited by his...

Emerson Yearwood ’80 | MIT Technology Review

Emerson Yearwood, who has spent most of his career as a lawyer in the communications industry, is dedicated to supporting students of...

Best Amputations | MIT Technology Review

Most amputations cut pairs of muscles that control joints such as the elbow or ankle, disrupting sensory feedback about the limb's position...

New address on campus

New Vassar, MIT's new undergraduate dormitory, opened in January across from the Henry Steinbrenner Stadium and Track in an effort to promote a...

The next normal | MIT Technology Review

One morning at the start of the spring semester, I was surprised by a very welcome sound outside: the voice of the...

Wood without trees | MIT Technology Review

Like meat production, forestry and agriculture can take a heavy toll on the environment. Now, a team at MIT has come...

The outer limits of the big questions

Christopher Rose '79, SM '81, PhD '85, received three degrees from MIT in Electrical Engineering but has always been drawn to many...

Protect the world’s endangered coral reefs

As soon as he was able to walk, Tom Goreau '70 was swimming in the warm waters off Jamaica, where he grew...

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