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May 15, 2013
"It was a pretty cool experience to be an undergraduate and talk to a head of state about my experiences here"
Wake up with Al, the Weather Channel,
May 16, 2013
Video: The AgeLab at MIT helps understand how older drivers cope with today's distracted roadways.
United Press International (UPI),
May 14, 2013
"The hot Jupiters are beasts to handle. They are not fitting neatly into our models and are more diverse than we thought"
May 13, 2013
“Every cell in the body has DNA and chromosomes and so on; you can think of that as the operating system of the cell...We’re thinking about how do we create additional patches, program updates, little apps.”
May 10, 2013
"With just a handful of bike gears, MIT professor Amos Winter is hoping to change the developing world forever."
May 9, 2013
"'Can we actually take people who are very prone to boredom and actually improve their performance by using some technology to get them to re-engage?'"
May 7, 2013
"'The use of a honeychecker thus forces an adversary to either risk logging in with a large chance of causing the detection of the compromise of the password-has file... or else to attempt compromising the honeychecker as well.'"
May 7, 2013
"'It seems like the lunar dynamo lasted very late in the Moon’s history...That’s a very surprising result.'"
May 2, 2013
"Find your own weirdos, and figure out how to amplify them" - Joi Ito
May 1, 2013
“'If you think about which country is going to take advantage of this tremendous progress that we can make in online instruction, I don’t think any country is better positioned' than the U.S., Alan Krueger, chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers said today."