Thomas Heldt has been named the W. M. Keck Career Development Professor in Biomedical Engineering at MIT. Thomas is currently the Hermann L. F. von Helmholtz Career Development Professor and will assume the new chair effective July 1.
New degree requirements have been approved for undergraduates in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS). The new curriculum will take effect in fall 2016 for the Class of 2020 (students entering MIT as freshmen this fall). “The new curriculum puts more choice in students’ hands, while providing a solid gr
Deus Ex: Human Revolution was the first backward compatible title for Xbox One to support multiple discs and users can expect more "multi-disc scenarios" in the future. Multiple Xbox 360 disc support added to Xbox One backward compatibility This is according to a comment made by Major Nelson on reddit who said the backwards compatibility engineers
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As it pursues its mission of developing and applying nuclear technology for the benefit of society, MIT’s Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) has cultivated a tightly integrated range of capabilities, from basic research to advanced implementation. The appointment of Nuno Loureiro as assistant professor of NSE will provide an
Insert boldly going to consoles joke here. Star Trek Online heading to PS4 and Xbox One with six years of content Not only is Star Trek Online heading to current-gen consoles with six years worth of content packed in, it will also look rather spiffy thanks to updates made to the game engine.