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Quick Take explores the scope of innovation at MIT

This issue delves into the broad reaches of MIT research and life.
Innovation at MIT spans both the micro and macro levels. Researchers are studying microscopic tumor-quashers and the effect of global climate change on precipitation patterns. They're learning how to better grow carbon nanotubes and more about the evolution of the universe. And MIT-trained science writers distill the research and make it accessible to the masses.

Check out some of the exciting work happening at the Institute in this issue of Quick Take, then have fun reading your geek horoscope for the month.

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