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MIT Clears Author Junot Díaz After Sexual Misconduct Investigation
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author was accused by four women, including one who alleged he forcibly kissed her.
MIT Creates Psychopath AI By Making It Look At A Reddit Forum
"Norman" then looked at inkblots and gave scientists some grim descriptions.
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Ride-Hailing Drivers Probably Make Even Less Than They Think, MIT Paper Finds
Uber called the methodology and findings of the working paper "deeply flawed."
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Universities Tell Applicants That Protesting Gun Violence Won’t Affect Admissions
Student walkouts for gun control have gone nationwide following the recent shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
This Is The Man To Blame For The Term 'Bomb Cyclone'
Alexander C. Kaufman
Meteorology professor John Gyakum has stopped using the phrase he helped coin in 1980. Still, he has high hopes for its newfound popularity.
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The Native American Language Spoken At First Thanksgiving Is Experiencing A Revival
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe of Massachusetts is determined to teach its children their ancestors' language.
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Why You Should Think Twice Before Opting for Free 2-Day Shipping
The hidden environmental cost of your online shopping.
When ICE Comes Calling In The Ivy League
Center for Community Change Action
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We must resist.
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Babies Can Learn Perseverance By Watching Their Parents Struggle
By Christopher Wanjek, LiveScience
Parents shouldn't hide their hard work from their children.
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How Can A Person Of Science Believe In A God?
Outspeak™ is the opinion outlet for digital storytellers every...
Human beings are a species that constantly look for order and reason in the universe (we’re looking at you Neil Degrasse
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Driverless Cars: Hype, Hubris And Distractions
Consumer advocate, lawyer and author
The hype and unsubstantiated hope behind the self-driving car movement continues unabated, distracting from addressing necessities
These Color-Changing Tattoos Tell You Important Stuff About Your Health
Eat. Live. Explore. Thrive.
By Swirled Tattoo lovers and health fanatics are uniting over new technology from the brilliant minds of researchers at MIT
MIT Should Do Better
Professor of Business and International Affairs at George Wash...
All universities need money for research and student support, but they do not have to advertise and glorify the name of donors
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Tim Cook 'Reveals' Who Is Really Behind Donald Trump’s Late Night Tweets
The Apple CEO trolled the president during his commencement speech at MIT.
How To Overcome Imposter Syndrome In The Tech Industry
Software Engineer, Writer, Pole Dancer
From a woman with a non-traditional background.
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Global Warming Is On Pace To Cause Many Sleepless Nights By 2099, Study Finds
Alexander C. Kaufman
Hotter-than-normal nights already disrupt sleep, and that's bad news for our health and the economy.
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Mass Hacking: Time To Go Off-Line
Last week’s mass cyber-attack could produce the wrong lessons. The immediate takeaway seems to be that large institutions
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