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Here comes the next generation of innovators revolutionizing batteries.  Paula Hammond makes superthin batteries that can store a lot of energy  and discharge—and charge—rapidly
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(This picture is an outtake from our September issue. Read more about Paula at the click!)

Here comes the next generation of innovators revolutionizing batteries. Paula Hammond makes superthin batteries that can store a lot of energy and discharge—and charge—rapidly

trevorpaulhus:

» outtakes. fast company

paula hammond. mit


In case you didn’t get the memo, games are making all kinds of staid or serious things sexy and downright fun now, from business training to dusty libraries to human rights to health care.
Scot Osterweil, research director of MIT’s Education Arcade, is one of the masterminds behind a new science game made for the  Smithsonian Institution. The game is a National Science  Foundation-funded experiment in “alternative science education.”

See how this grand experiment in “alternative science education” is planned to unfold over the next two months, right here.

In case you didn’t get the memo, games are making all kinds of staid or serious things sexy and downright fun now, from business training to dusty libraries to human rights to health care.

Scot Osterweil, research director of MIT’s Education Arcade, is one of the masterminds behind a new science game made for the Smithsonian Institution. The game is a National Science Foundation-funded experiment in “alternative science education.”

See how this grand experiment in “alternative science education” is planned to unfold over the next two months, right here.


The students, alumni, and professors at MIT are a brainy — and busy —  bunch. To mark the university’s 150th year, we tracked a handful of  smarty-pants with ties to the school.

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The students, alumni, and professors at MIT are a brainy — and busy — bunch. To mark the university’s 150th year, we tracked a handful of smarty-pants with ties to the school.

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