Senior Julia Berk says that reliving a professor’s eureka moment opened up the world.
Cities are growing faster than you can say megalopolis, and thanks to social media and the Internet, global climate change and a bad economy, the American dream of ownership is changing, and we are finding ourselves living in inclusive cities, sharing our houses, cars, bikes, offices, and more.
Michael Lin and Sandra Richter design a future vehicle for bike lanes.
Music resounds –– leading new technologies, criss-crossing disciplines, transcending bias, and leaving us resonating with ourselves, each other, and the cosmos.
Dylan Sherry ’12, who played tenor sax before a crowd of 9,000, is jazzed about music and artificial intelligence.
Dustin Katzin ’12 composed an orchestral piece that premiered last spring and brought the audience to their feet, stomping, cheering, and whistling.
Alex Rigopulos, a former music major, and Eran Egozy, an engineer, married their talents and were named among the 100 most influential people in the world.
John Ochsendorf is designing zero-energy buildings for the world.
Caleb Waugh, co-president of MIT’s Energy Club and a doctoral student in nuclear science and engineering, says that energy is the defining challenge of this generation.
A major gift from Terry Kohler will allow for smooth sailing this spring as the Institute celebrates the 75th anniversary of MIT Sailing.