Photos by Jessica Liu
Course 5 — Building 18 — Lippard Lab. Research at the Lippard lab focuses on bioinorganic chemistry. In particular, Lippard studies platinum anticancer drugs, metalloenzyme models, bacterial multicomponent monooxygenases, and metalloneurochemistry.
Course 10 — Building 66 — Gleason Lab. The Gleason Lab uses chemical vapor deposition of thin-film polymers to create sensors. The lab has been creating a solar cell from these polymers, which can be deposited on virtually any surface.
Course 6 — Stata Center — Guttag Lab. The Guttag lab uses computer science to solve medical problems and design medical technology. Guttag’s work includes the development of both software-based medical instrumentation and decision and wireless networking systems.
“Dis(Course)4” was recently installed in the Building 3 stairwell by Craig A. Boney G, James R. Coleman G, and Andrew J. Manto G for the MIT150 Festival of Art, Science and Technology (FAST). The installation is composed of aluminum pieces shaped with a water jet cutter.
Fireworks light up the sky in front of the Prudential Center, MIT’s 750 feet high (134.32 Smoot) “birthday card.”
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