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MIT announces 2023 Bose Grants for daring new research Sent from my iPhone

J-PAL North America and Results for America announce 18 collaborations with state and local governments Sent from my iPhone

Studying cancer in context to stop its growth

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Who will benefit from AI?

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The Pulse With Francine Lacqua 09/28/2023

Robots Need People, Too

Giving students the computational chops to tackle 21st-century challenges Sent from my iPhone

Decoding the complexity of Alzheimer’s disease

Quantum repeaters use defects in diamond to interconnect quantum systems

Re-imagining the opera of the future

MIT welcomes nine MLK Visiting Professors and Scholars for 2023-24

(updated) what should we do about "presidential" tea house?? @MIT @HBS @apple

Desalination system could produce freshwater that is cheaper than tap water

Harvard Business School Announces 2023-2024 Kaplan Fellows

Know Your HBS Staff: Meredith Keaney

Behind the Research: Tiona Zuzul Sent from my iPhone

Improving US air quality, equitably

From physics to generative AI: An AI model for advanced pattern generation

Have you heard about the “whom of which” trend?

Five MIT faculty members named 2023 Simons Investigators

The PGA Tour and LIV Golf Merger: Competition Vs. Cooperation

3 Questions: A new PhD program in computational science and engineering

Individual neurons mix multiple RNA edits of key synapse protein, study finds

School of Science welcomes new faculty in 2023

Professor Emerita Evelyn Fox Keller, influential philosopher and historian of science, dies at 87

White House preparing for government shutdown as House Republicans lack a viable endgame for funding

“Pangea" study aims to modernize national test and training infrastructure Sent from my iPad

Re-imagining our theories of language

Overview: Penn's Huntsman Program in International Studies & Business Sent from my iPhone

may be we should stick to sciences/etc, or move on.. @mit (cc: apple)

Then Vs. Now: The Wharton School Campus Sent from my iPhone

On the hunt for sustainable materials

let's discuss what we can do about America's (and world) democracy.. @HBS @MIT @Wharton

HBS Career Journeys | Stéphanie Joseph Sent from my iPhone

Strike Is a High-Stakes Gamble for Autoworkers and the Labor Movement

Build The Life You Want: Arthur C. Brooks on Happiness, Transcendence


James Fujimoto, Eric Swanson, and David Huang win Lasker Award

Wharton Executive Education Launches Executive Influence: Increasing Your Impact with Persuasion and Power

The Daily Alert

How to Avoid the Churn That Comes with Agility. Define an end goal that stays constant — even as the means to achieve it change. The Secret to Giving Great Feedback. Learn to challenge your employees more directly, while also communicating empathy.