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1. Probing the magnetic universe

Nuclear Science and Engineering Associate Professor Nuno Loureiro ponders the origins of magnetic fields.

2. DiOnetta Jones Crayton receives inclusive culture and equity award

Award recognizes efforts to “promote positive change to the climate and culture for women in engineering fields.”

3. A deep dive into research

SuperUROP gives undergraduates the chance to immerse themselves in a year-long research project with supportive mentors to guide the way.

4. Charting a better future for Africa

Kenneth Strzepek applies models to help decision makers advance food security and sustainable development in a climate-compromised continent.

5. Iberdrola and MIT Energy Initiative announce $10.3 million collaboration

Funding will establish MIT professorship and support low-carbon energy and climate initiatives.

6. A unique partnership

The MIT European Club surpasses $200,000 mark in support of MISTI fellowships.

7. School of Engineering awards for 2017

Awards given to outstanding faculty, undergraduates, and graduate students.

8. Pew recognizes four MIT researchers for innovation in biomedical science

Biophysicist Ibrahim Cissé and cell biologist Gene-Wei Li honored as Pew Scholars; postdocs Ana Fiszbein and María Inda are named Pew Latin American Fellows.

9. Measuring biological dust in the wind

A technique developed in the Cziczo Lab may be the most accurate way of identifying biological aerosols from mineral dust in the atmosphere and analyzing their contribution to cloud formation and climate change.

10. Dean for Undergraduate Education announces 2017 Infinite Mile Award recipients

Annual celebration of excellence honors staff for contributions on behalf of students, the department, and the Institute.