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1 Creating “digital twins” at scale
2 Stents inspired by paper-cutting art can deliver drugs to the GI tract
3 Tiny particles power chemical reactions
4 Engineers create a programmable fiber
5 When masks reveal
6 A cappella for a cause
7 MIT study compares the four largest internet meganetworks
8 Diving into the global problem of technology waste
9 A better way to introduce digital tech in the workplace
10 Could all your digital photos be stored as DNA?
11 MIT.nano launches START.nano accelerator
12 Mastering online learning to level up
13 Twelve from MIT awarded 2021 Fulbright Fellowships
14 On a quest through uncharted territory
15 Slender robotic finger senses buried items
16 Charting a new course
17 William Dalzell, influential lecturer in chemical engineering at MIT, dies at 84
18 Study: Culture influences mask wearing
19 Searching for truth in data from authoritarian regimes
20 MIT turns “magic” material into versatile electronic devices
21 The future of the IoT (batteries not required)
22 Improving the way videos are organized
23 Using computational tools for molecule discovery
24 MIT Corporation elects 11 term members, three life members
25 Startup improving chemical separations wins MIT $100K competition
26 3D printing tiny parts for big impact
27 Sights and sounds of spring
28 Study reveals a universal travel pattern across four continents
29 Exploring the future of humanitarian technology
30 Visualizing cement hydration on a molecular level
31 Training robots to manipulate soft and deformable objects
32 Behind Covid-19 vaccine development
33 Does correcting online falsehoods make matters worse?
34 Targeting the human-related numbers behind remote learning
35 Speeding up clinical trials by making drug production local
36 President L. Rafael Reif's charge to the Class of 2021
37 Inhabiting 21st-century science fiction
38 QS ranks MIT the world's No. 1 university for 2021-22
39 STEM + humanities = a framework for understanding the world
40 Jeremy Kepner named SIAM Fellow
41 A new technique for correcting disease-causing mutations
42 Accelerating AI at the speed of light
43 A graduate student who goes to extremes
44 Trying to put the brakes on car ownership
45 Experiential learning through entrepreneurship
46 Artificial intelligence system could help counter the spread of disinformation
47 24-year-old podcaster turned VC scores $140 million from MIT, Spotify backer to invest
48 Q&A: Meditation for Chinese language learners
49 Karthish Manthiram named 2021 Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar
50 Professor Sangeeta Bhatia's salute from the faculty
51 Hetrick To Pursue Degree At MIT | News, Sports, Jobs
52 The potential of artificial intelligence to bring equity in health care
53 Global Languages announces new HASS concentration in Korean
54 Materials breakthrough enables twistronics for bulk systems
55 Using machine learning to predict high-impact research
56 MIT researchers present data on newly discovered radio bursts which will help map universe
57 New algorithms show accuracy, reliability in gauging unconsciousness under general anesthesia
58 Is the great digital-nomad workforce actually coming?
59 3Q: The socio-environmental complexities of renewable energy
60 How metals work together to weaken hardy nitrogen-nitrogen bonds
61 Robredo congratulates math wizard Farrell Wu for graduating at MIT with perfect GPA
62 New drug-formulation method may lead to smaller pills
63 Gretchen Ritter Named Syracuse University's Next Vice Chancellor, Provost and Chief Academic Officer
64 Massachusetts Academy of Math & Science at WPI Appoints New Director
65 Filipino MIT graduate who got perfect 5.0 GPA shares pandemic challenges
66 MITEI researchers build a supply chain model to support the hydrogen economy
67 MIT engineers create programmable fibre that collects, stores, and analyzes data
68 Chris Jones, a nuclear engineer and political newcomer, enters Arkansas governor's race
69 On systemic sources of early life stress, and empathetic responses
70 Space industry will need artists, designers, lawyers: MIT Space Exploration Initiative director
71 Boston's Commuter Rail System Vulnerable To Climate Change | The Weather Channel
72 5. About this canvassing of experts
73 MIT Bitcoin experiment nets 13,000% gain for students who held on
74 Nanostructured device stops light in its tracks
75 Professor Emeritus Gordon Pettengill, radio astronomy pioneer, dies at 95
76 Saving the radome
77 Healing with hydrogels
78 In praise of IAP
79 Billionaire and a successful entrepreneur, Paytm CEO now spends weekend learning business lessons from MIT
80 Planning for summer and fall at MIT
81 MIT launches new data privacy-focused initiative
82 With a zap of light, system switches objects' colors and patterns
83 MIT in the media: 2020 in review
84 Imperial and MIT researchers join forces to tackle pollution and climate change
85 An artistic approach to designing medical devices
86 Study: One enzyme dictates cells' response to a probable carcinogen
87 MIT engineers make filters from tree branches to purify drinking water
88 Navigating beneath the Arctic ice
89 Nano flashlight enables new applications of light
90 Senior Nina Levine: Working toward a more secure world
91 Covid hackathon solutions in action
92 Using mechanics for cleaner membranes
93 Researchers virtually open and read sealed historic letters
94 UCF 25th Among Public Universities in the Nation and 60th in the World for Producing Patents
95 See the 10 Best Finance MBA Programs
96 MIT launches Center for Constructive Communication
97 3 Questions: Defining the Institute's values
98 Faster tracking of treatment responses
99 Greek scientist in USA brings order to chaos
100 MIT community in 2020: A year in review