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MIT researchers develop new way to clear pollutants from water
MIT researchers develop new way to clear pollutants from water

Electrochemical method can remove even tiny amounts of contamination.

William Tisdale wins Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award
William Tisdale wins Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award

Associate professor receives honor for young academics who combine outstanding teaching with impressive independent scholarship in the chemical sciences.

High-temperature devices made from films that bend as they “breathe”
High-temperature devices made from films that bend as they “breathe”

Mechanical actuators developed by MIT team expand and contract as they let oxygen in and out.

Statistics and Data Science Center holds inaugural conference
Statistics and Data Science Center holds inaugural conference

SDSCon 2017 gathers community and showcases research projects that apply data science to major systems and issues.

Making 3-D printing as simple as printing on paper
Making 3-D printing as simple as printing on paper

Startup’s cloud-based system allows for project queuing by multiple users and automated part removal.

Eric Schmidt visits MIT to discuss computing, artificial intelligence, and the future of technology
Eric Schmidt visits MIT to discuss computing, artificial intelligence, and the future of technology

Former Google CEO, now chairman of parent company Alphabet, speaks to students as part of fireside chat with CSAIL Director Daniela Rus.

Engineer, pianist, global citizen
Engineer, pianist, global citizen

Senior Tiffany Yeh explores health care and poverty through working abroad, and cultivates her love of music while at home.

National Academy of Sciences elects six MIT professors
National Academy of Sciences elects six MIT professors

Bell, Bhatia, Cummins, Duflo, Jensen, and Mavalvala honored for research achivements.

MIT Federal Credit Union bestows annual scholarships, People Helping People Award
MIT Federal Credit Union bestows annual scholarships, People Helping People Award

MIT grad student John Arroyo honored for his service to the community; six high school and college students awarded $1,000 Memorial Scholarships.

MIT Energy Initiative awards 10 seed fund grants for early-stage energy research
MIT Energy Initiative awards 10 seed fund grants for early-stage energy research

Supporting promising energy research across a wide range of disciplines is one of the core tenets of the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI). Every spring for the past 10 years, the MITEI Seed Fund Program has awarded funding to a select group of early-stage...

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