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Fortifying the future of cryptography
Fortifying the future of cryptography

Vinod Vaikuntanathan aims to improve encryption in a world with growing applications and evolving adversaries.

Mechanism helps explain the ear’s exquisite sensitivity
Mechanism helps explain the ear’s exquisite sensitivity

A critical gel-like structure in the inner ear moves according to a sound’s frequency, researchers find.

Professor Emeritus János Miklós Beér dies at 95
Professor Emeritus János Miklós Beér dies at 95

Chemical engineering professor had a passion for cleaner combustion and was a refugee who helped Raoul Wallenberg rescue Jews in Nazi-occupied Hungary.

Democratizing data science
Democratizing data science

Tool for nonstatisticians automatically generates models that glean insights from complex datasets.

Technique identifies electricity-producing bacteria
Technique identifies electricity-producing bacteria

Microbes screened with a new microfluidic process might be used in power generation or environmental cleanup.

Tapping the MIT talent pool for the future of fusion
Tapping the MIT talent pool for the future of fusion

Excitement is rising in the push to get zero-carbon energy on the grid.

ACCESS shows grad school's rigors and rewards
ACCESS shows grad school's rigors and rewards

Undergraduates from across the country learn the benefits of continuing their education in chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials science.

School of Engineering welcomes new faculty
School of Engineering welcomes new faculty

Eleven new professors join the MIT community.

Tackling greenhouse gases
Tackling greenhouse gases

Faculty in the Department of Mechanical Engineering are developing technologies that store, capture, convert, and minimize greenhouse gas emissions.

“You don’t learn this in class”
“You don’t learn this in class”

Students in the MIT Energy Initiative Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program build professional skills.

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