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Quantum sensing on a chip
Quantum sensing on a chip

Researchers integrate diamond-based sensing components onto a chip to enable low-cost, high-performance quantum hardware.

How cities can leverage citizen data while protecting privacy
How cities can leverage citizen data while protecting privacy

Study offers models for preserving the privacy of citizens while using their data to improve government services.

Four from MIT named American Physical Society Fellows for 2019
Four from MIT named American Physical Society Fellows for 2019

Matthew Evans, Joseph Formaggio, Markus Klute, and Anne White are named MIT’s newest APS fellows for their contributions to physics.

3 Questions: Why sensing, why now, what next?
3 Questions: Why sensing, why now, what next?

Brian Anthony, co-leader of SENSE.nano, discusses sensing for augmented and virtual reality and for advanced manufacturing.

Machine learning you can dance to
Machine learning you can dance to

MIT grad student startup Samply uses algorithms to help music producers find the perfect sound.

Notation system allows scientists to communicate polymers more easily
Notation system allows scientists to communicate polymers more easily

BigSMILES language allows computers and researchers to convey stochastic configurations more clearly.

Collaboration adds an extra dimension to undergraduate research
Collaboration adds an extra dimension to undergraduate research

Students on UROP teams agree that teamwork speeds up the research.

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