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July 7, 2013
"We are in a time when these two technologies are emerging, when we now have 3-D printers that can print with microscale resolution to create objects with virtually any pattern and any shape."
New York Times,
July 5, 2013
"Countries tend to cooperate on fiscal expansions, for example in the face of global recession, and government leaders are happy to communicate their plans in public and in private."
July 2, 2013
"The danger we're listening for is the danger we've created. It's the dark version of the singularity."
July 3, 2013
"The number of ways in which a grid can fail is really enormous. To understand the risks in the system, you have to have some understanding of what happens during a huge amount of different scenarios.”
The Washington Post,
July 1, 2013
“I was trying to find the most successful mentoring model, and everyone led me to MIT.”
The Boston Globe,
June 28, 2013
"Boston might be the cradle of the next industrial revolution. Formlabs from MIT’s Media Lab is spearheading the 3-D printer revolution, and many start-ups are jumping on to the craze."
New York Times,
June 27, 2013
"Women work hard everywhere. The question is in part whether this work is remunerated and picked up in official gross domestic product statistics."
June 26, 2013
"The new planets completely fill up the habitable zone of Gliese 667C, as there are no more stable orbits in which a planet could exist at the right distance to it."
Video system detects pulse from tiny head movements ,
June 25, 2013
"Tests revealed that pulse measurements were consistent with those produced by electrocardiograms, varying by just a few beats per minute."
June 24, 2013
"The standard would increase the amount of capital the lenders must hold to 6 percent of total assets, regardless of their risk, according to four people with knowledge of the talks. That’s twice the level set by global banking supervisors."