News Archive 2006
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- Ray and Maria Stata Center December 30, 2006Finding us in the Stata Center:
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- Marshall winner has dual focus: technology and altruismDecember 04, 2006
- High tech learning in New England schoolsDecember 03, 2006
- Panel snubs proposed e-voting checkDecember 03, 2006
- What Comes After Web 2.0?November 30, 2006
- CSAIL Spotlight: CSAIL hosts debate - Creativity: The Mind, Machines, and MathematicsNovember 29, 2006A celebration of the 70th anniversary of Alan Turing's seminal paper "On Computable Numbers", featuring a debate on the limits of intelligent machines and a lecture on Turing's contributions.
4:30 - 5:30pm Public Debate David Gelernter vs. Ray Kurzweil "Are we limited to building super-intelligent robotic 'zombies' or will it be possible and desirable for us to build conscious, creative,...
- JWT and Leading Scientists Team Up to Demystify Stem Cell ResearchNovember 27, 2006
- 2006 Ray Stata Student Innovation Award November 05, 2006Xiao Xiao is the winner of the 2006 Ray Stata Student Innovation Award for her work on developing a 3D CAD model of the interior of the Stata Center. The purpose of this award is to recognize an undergraduate student who exhibits academic and technical achievements, innovation, leadership and integrity.
All undergraduate students who participated in CSAIL's summer UROP program were eligible for...
- Genetic 'Jamboree' draws innovatorsNovember 04, 2006
- Voting equipment could get sharper federal scrutiny next yearNovember 04, 2006
- MIT and University of Southampton launch World Wide Web research collaboration November 03, 2006On November second MIT and the University of Southampton announced the launch of a long-term research collaboration that aims to produce the fundamental scientific advances necessary to guide the future design and use of the World Wide Web.
- Media artist Tsubaki plans 'Soul'-ful talkOctober 24, 2006
- Computer History Museum honors fourOctober 16, 2006
- W3C wades in on browser securityOctober 16, 2006
- The IMARA projectOctober 14, 2006The lack of available technology resources in underserved communities is often referred to as the Digital Divide. Though much has been written about this divide, and though government agencies from many countries actively track the state of this disparity, there have been few, if any, concerted efforts to find viable ways of providing equal access to people in underserved populations.
- Epoch's biennial visit October 04, 2006Professor John Leonard meets with members of a delegation from the Epoch Foundation, on its eighth biennial visit to MIT and CSAIL on October 4, 2006. The Epoch Foundation was established in 1990 by twenty leading companies from a range of industries in Taiwan. The aim was to integrate the resources of the private sector with the world's best academic institutions. Epoch has since tried to...
- Epilepsy Breakthrough On Horizon: MIT Developing Device To Detect Oncoming SeizuresSeptember 12, 2006
- CSAIL Director Brooks To Step Down by 2007September 11, 2006
- MIT faculty, alumni cited as top young innovators in Technology Review September 07, 2006
- Finding Evolution's SignaturesSeptember 07, 2006
- Daniel Lewin's 'vision' lives large on InternetSeptember 06, 2006
- Taking blur out of the pictureSeptember 04, 2006
- Researchers at MIT are developing a device that could detect and prevent epileptic seizures before they become debilitatingAugust 30, 2006
- NASA Robotics Internship Program Tours CSAIL August 29, 2006Members of the NASA Robotic internship program visited CSAIL in early August. Their tour included visits with Prof. John Leonard, Dr. Paul Robertson, Prof. Russ Tedrake and Prof. Rod Brooks.
The NASA Robotics Academy is an intensive resident summer program of higher learning for college undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing professional and leadership careers in robotics-...
- Faster Mapping Speeds Up the Search for OilAugust 22, 2006
- The Robots Are Coming! August 17, 2006
- Using maths to find oilAugust 15, 2006
- Tech skills bring students togetherAugust 15, 2006
- Computer scientists lay out vision for a 'science of the Web'August 13, 2006
- Scratch-and-Vote System Could Help Eliminate Election FraudAugust 08, 2006
- MIT Researchers Test Marine RoboticsAugust 07, 2006
- Synthetic Biology Engineering Research CenterAugust 03, 2006
- Its a mad, mad, Technomad world raceAugust 01, 2006
- Meraki Cooks Up Wireless Mesh RouterAugust 01, 2006
- Scientists finding new frontiers, near and farJuly 31, 2006
- Summer program reaches young researchersJuly 30, 2006
- MEETing in the middleJuly 29, 2006
- Perspective: Scratching the 25-year PC itchJuly 20, 2006
- The Wisdom of RobotsJuly 19, 2006
- Stata the Art RoboticsJuly 10, 2006
- Reverse-Engineering the BrainJuly 10, 2006
- Emergence enters the creation debateJuly 07, 2006
- Catching Seizures Before They Occur July 05, 2006
- Using opportunistic coding to boost wirelessJune 28, 2006
- Pacemaker may avert epileptic seizures, say US researchersJune 26, 2006
- AI @ 50: Can It Be? June 21, 2006
- Alan Kotok; he tred vanguard of computers with brilliance, witJune 05, 2006
- Algorithms put to use in oil huntJune 02, 2006
- Rampant EntrepreneurshipMay 14, 2006
- SMART: Scalable Medical Alert and Response Technology April 30, 2006A group of researchers at the Brigham and Womens Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are working together to develop SMART: Scalable Medical Alert and Response Technology, a system for patient tracking and monitoring that begins at the emergency site and continues through transport, triage, stabilization, and transfer between external sites and health...