Students in the 7.102 (Introduction to Molecular Biology Techniques) class presented their work Tuesday. They spoke about their lab procedures and research conclusions.
Concourse team restores and maintains the Kendall Band, continuing the work of the Kendall Band Preservation Society and preserving the magic of Paul Matisse's installation for Kendall Station visitors.
Graduate students “paint an overwhelmingly pro-union picture,” with 62 percent in support, according to the committee’s email detailing the survey results.
Panelists discussed the benefits and disadvantages of carbon pricing legislation, which places a fee on carbon dioxide emissions to incentivize the innovation and adoption of environmentally friendly technology and business practices.
The low number of people who request dorm transfers “speaks highly of the process in the previous spring and fall, especially for incoming students,” the DSL director of communications said.
Until they reopen, customers can visit their new location on 159 First Street: its opening was announced via Twitter Jan 25.
A woman scribbles rapidly into her old, worn-out notebook in the dim light of the bar. There’s a world buzzing around her, but the only things she sees in her peripheral vision are the dark colors of the counter and the clear bubbles in her drink. She’s focused on her writing, finding words for the feelings pulsing through her.
MIT alum, Adam "AJ" Edelman ’14, will represent Israel at the 2018 Winter Olympics in skeleton.
My first and most important research project to date almost ended with failure. Áron Ricardo Perez-Lopez describes his first experience with research in an MIT application essay that worked!
Pipe cleaners may seem childish to use in art — but to me, they are colorful and comforting, flexible and versatile, and there are no boundaries to what I can create with a few fuzzy sticks.