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How chess plays out at MIT
How chess plays out at MIT

For decades, experts at the Institute have been shaping the future of the game.

Nanosatellite thruster emits pure ions
Nanosatellite thruster emits pure ions

Study is first demonstration of a fully 3D-printed thruster using pure ion emission for propulsion.

3 Questions: Thomas Malone and Daniela Rus on how AI will change work
3 Questions: Thomas Malone and Daniela Rus on how AI will change work

MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future releases research brief "Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work."

Fengdi Guo awarded first place in LTTP Data Analysis Student Contest
Fengdi Guo awarded first place in LTTP Data Analysis Student Contest

In an award-winning paper, the PhD student and MIT CSHub research assistant measures how the weight of vehicles deteriorates pavements.

Designing customized “brains” for robots
Designing customized “brains” for robots

A new system devises hardware architectures to hasten robots’ response time.

Could lab-grown plant tissue ease the environmental toll of logging and agriculture?
Could lab-grown plant tissue ease the environmental toll of logging and agriculture?

MIT researchers grow structures made of wood-like plant cells in a lab, hinting at the possibility of more efficient biomaterials production.

“Futurizing” undergraduate teaching
“Futurizing” undergraduate teaching

Associate Professor Michael Short's innovative approach can be seen in the two nuclear science and engineering courses he’s transformed.

An intro to the fast-paced world of artificial intelligence
An intro to the fast-paced world of artificial intelligence

In two years, the MIT Quest for Intelligence has allowed hundreds of students to explore AI in its many applications.

Designing in a pandemic to fight a pandemic
Designing in a pandemic to fight a pandemic

The capstone senior design class in biological engineering, 20.380 (Biological Engineering Design), took on its most immediate challenge ever.

Transforming quantum computing’s promise into practice
Transforming quantum computing’s promise into practice

Electrical engineer William Oliver develops technology to enable reliable quantum computing at scale.

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