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How to design and control robots with stretchy, flexible bodies
How to design and control robots with stretchy, flexible bodies

Optimizing soft robots to perform specific tasks is a huge computational problem, but a new model can help.

Exploring the human side of health care
Exploring the human side of health care

Senior and “people person” Adedoyin Olateru-Olagbegi brings a human touch to caring for people dealing with medical crises.

“From Controversy to Cure” documentary chronicles the biotech boom in Cambridge, Massachusetts
“From Controversy to Cure” documentary chronicles the biotech boom in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Film looks at how Kendall Square became a beacon for industries working on treatments for diseases like cancer, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes.

Taking a moonshot at a rare childhood cancer
Taking a moonshot at a rare childhood cancer

Team of researchers including MIT Professor Angela Koehler obtains $5.8 million grant to study fusion-positive alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma.

Bot can beat humans in multiplayer hidden-role games
Bot can beat humans in multiplayer hidden-role games

Using deductive reasoning, the bot identifies friend or foe to ensure victory over humans in certain online games.

Students push to speed up artificial intelligence adoption in Latin America
Students push to speed up artificial intelligence adoption in Latin America

To help the region catch up, students organize summit to bring Latin policymakers and researchers to MIT.

Lamborghini and MIT pave the way for the electric supercar of the future
Lamborghini and MIT pave the way for the electric supercar of the future

MIT-Italy helps build supercharged partnerships on campus and across the globe.

Technique identifies T cells primed for certain allergies or infections
Technique identifies T cells primed for certain allergies or infections

Researchers develop a method to isolate and sequence the RNA of T cells that react to a specific target.

MIT Energy Initiative report charts pathways for sustainable personal transportation
MIT Energy Initiative report charts pathways for sustainable personal transportation

Technological innovations, policies, and behavioral changes will all be needed to reach Paris climate agreement targets.

Expanding education: From Africa to Cambridge and back again
Expanding education: From Africa to Cambridge and back again

Mgcini "Keith" Phuthi ’19, a native Zimbabwean, uses his experiences at MIT to develop improvements in education policy in Sierra Leone through MISTI-Africa.

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