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Scientists turn words into matter

Machine learning translates human language into materials Is our consciousness, thoughts, and words a state of matter or the result of our neurons creating a material reality? It’s a phenomenon of discovery that MIT scientists explored […]

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Graduate student Samuel Raymond receives Shoji Award

Graduate student Samuel Raymond received the Shoji award on October 17, for Innovation in Information Technology. Raymond’s cutting-edge work includes modeling complex subsurface physics and developing advanced software systems to simulate complex problems. He has shown […]

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ESIP student fellows announced for 2016

On Nov. 16, Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) announced its 2016 class of student fellows. Among the four new selected fellows is Sam Silva, a graduate student in Professor Colette Heald’s group focusing on atmospheric chemistry […]

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CEE Announces Faculty Promotions

Kelsey Damrad Civil and Environmental Engineering The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) head Markus Buehler announced the promotions of two faculty members in the department: Marta Gonzálaz, promoted to associate professor without tenure, and […]

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