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1 hr ago | P&T Community
Massachusetts Institute of Technology alumni Gauti Reynisson and Ivar Helgason spent the early 2000s working for companies that implemented medication-safety technologies, such as electronic-prescription and pill-barcoding systems, at hospitals in their native Iceland and other European countries.
6 hrs ago | Kiplinger Online
Julia Collins of Wilmette, Ill., won $428,100 in 20 consecutive games on Jeopardy.
8 hrs ago | Boston.com
Massachusetts Institute of Technology is considered one of the top engineering and technological colleges in the country, but apparently some of its students are just like us: they prefer internet nonsense over schoolwork.
9 hrs ago | KFVS12
Siddiqui was stopped by officers in Afghanistan in 2008, where they found handwritten notes referring to a "mass casualty attack."
10 hrs ago | WebWire
Matthew Schneps is a researcher at Harvard University with a doctorate in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology .
14 hrs ago | New York Post
In the near future, the leaders of Massachusetts Institute of Technology will have to decide whether they want to take part in the worldwide scam known as bitcoin.
U.S. President Barack Obama departs after delivering a statement from Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, during his vacation August 20, 2014.
Memories and the feelings associated with them are not set in stone. You may have happy memories about your family's annual ski vacation, but if you see a tragic accident on the slopes, those feelings may change.
It's a good year to be an Oredigger. Colorado School of Mines was recently ranked as the top engineering school in the country.
Someone who has been mugged in a dark alley will likely never want to return there, having associated that location with a fear of being attacked.
Better hold on to that snow shovel. Despite global warming, the massive snowstorms that bury cars and close down schools aren't disappearing any time soon.
This month's issue of Astronomy takes a turn for the weird, tackling the supermassive mysteries of black hole singularities, spaghettification and event horizons, as the phenomena gets a makeover in the minds of scientists.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has long been considered one of the finest institutions of scientific learning in the world.
It's move-in day at the University of Northern Colorado, and this year some students are being allowed to bring their cats or dogs to live with them in dorms.
I was envious when I read about Singapore's two biggest universities saying they would let freshmen drop poor grades from their final-year scores.
This is a schematic illustration of working principle and device structure for a tilted-angle standing surface acoustic wave-based cell-separation device.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 06:53 pm
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