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1. Earth Observing–1 satellite is retired, leaving a legacy of spectacular imagery

Advanced Land Imager instrument developed at MIT Lincoln Laboratory helped NASA mission exceed expectations.

2. The creation of a public engineer

Hadley Sikes is bridging the gap between engineering and public policy to solve big social problems at home and abroad.

3. Revolutionizing global health

In more than 20 years working on wireless sensors and radio frequency identification (RFID), Richard Fletcher has produced several startups and over a dozen patents.

4. MIT community members honored for work to prevent sexual misconduct

MIT Violence Prevention and Response and Title IX Office recognize students, faculty, and staff with 2017 Change Makers Awards.

5. Tommi Jaakkola appointed Thomas Siebel Professor in EECS and IDSS

Leader in machine learning and natural language processing takes on professorship established by veteran software entrepreneur Thomas Siebel.

6. MIT master’s program in supply chain management ranked No. 1 in the world

Program earns top accolade for a second time from global ratings agency Eduniversal.

7. Correcting the records

Climate data analyst Thomas Karl describes global temperature and precipitation measurement and interpretation in the 16th Henry W. Kendall Memorial Lecture.

8. MIT students plan multicultural festival

OneWorld @ MIT Multicultural Festival and Dance Parties bring the world to campus on April 29.

9. Solstice wins MIT Clean Energy Prize with efficient metering for developing nations

Technology will give Nigerian households greater control over energy consumption.

10. MIT NEWDIGS hosts design lab on new gene and oncology therapy financing models

Industry leaders, patient advocates, and policymakers collaborate to lower barriers to potentially curative treatments.