Team creates LEDs, photovoltaic cells, and light detectors using novel one-molecule-thick material.
All politics aside, the MIT campus is seemingly full of hawks these days. The red-tailed hawk fledgling (top) departed its nest for the first time on May 26, taking a solo flight to the bike racks in front of the Stratton Student Center and eventually back to its nest, encouraged by parental calls. People at MIT and elsewhere have been following the progress of the bird and its sibling in their campus nest since April via Hawkcam, a continuous feed of video images on MIT cable TV and the Academic Media Production Services web site at http://web.mit.edu/amps/spotlight/hawkcam.html. Below, another hawk takes a rest on the 17th-floor windowsill of Professor Peter Stone's office, as spotted by occupants of Building 54 in April.