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Researchers studying how machine learning will impact future employment have found that, in most occupations, humans and machines will need to work together because they provide different skills. Illustration: Niki Hinkle

Reinventing Jobs

Researchers measure the suitability of machine learning in the workplace

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Food Process

Professor Deborah Fitzgerald examines the history of mass-produced food

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Health of the Planet

Wood was a panelist at 2017 (pictured) and 2018 MIT Media Lab events titled “Beyond the Cradle: Envisioning a New Space Age.” Photo: David Silverman

Down to Earth

How can technologies invented for space advance sustainable development goals?

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Human Health

Urgent Care

Ari Bronsoler’s economic analysis helps to identify best practices in a struggling health system

Ronit Langer ’20, left, and Dorothy Szymkiewicz ’20 are part of NEET’s first Living Machines cohort. Photo: Ken Richardson

Following the Thread

Three years of project work yield NEET students an experimental model of the human gut—and preparation for their postgraduation goals

A view over Kendall Square and the Charles River, toward Boston (2011). Photo: Les Vants

Founders Forward

What’s driving the new generation of biotech spinouts in Kendall Square?

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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Teaching Learning and Living

Photo of Alula Hunsen '21. Photo: Ken Richardson

Academic Turn

Mathematical challenges take undergrad in a new direction

Classes began in the new Chemistry Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories in the MIT.nano building this past fall. Photo: Ken Richardson

Do It Yourself

By recreating a chemistry professor’s research, students build the foundations for future discoveries

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