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Flux, built by the MIT Solar Electric Vehicle Team, was recently unveiled at Johnson Rink in preparation for its participation in the American Solar Challenge.

New theory describes intricacies of a splashing droplet
New theory describes intricacies of a splashing droplet

Findings may help track movement of pesticides and biological contaminants.

Plug-and-play diagnostic devices
Plug-and-play diagnostic devices

Modular blocks could enable labs around the world to cheaply and easily build their own diagnostics.

Going with the flow
Going with the flow

Ken Kamrin’s model of granular material flow could impact how we interact with sand, soil, pills, industrial materials, and more.

Workshop explores intertwined future of food production, water, and climate
Workshop explores intertwined future of food production, water, and climate

Choices by consumers and farmers can help limit global warming, but climate change may also curtail those choices in the future.

The tenured engineers of 2018
The tenured engineers of 2018

Seven award-winning faculty members represent three departments in the School of Engineering.

Fundamental equations guide marine robots to optimal sampling sites
Fundamental equations guide marine robots to optimal sampling sites

New principled approach helps autonomous underwater vehicles explore the ocean in an intelligent, energy-efficient manner.

Spinning data into sound
Spinning data into sound

An interdepartmental collaboration brings out the music of nuclear fusion.

Celebrating 21st century statistics
Celebrating 21st century statistics

MIT Statistics and Data Science Conference highlights new approaches and varied applications.

J-WEL names spring 2018 grant recipients
J-WEL names spring 2018 grant recipients

Education Innovation Grant program for pK-12 and higher education awards $400,000 to MIT faculty to support education innovation both at MIT and globally.

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