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Workers install steel shoring to further excavate a trench where submarine cables come onshore for the Vineyard Wind Project at Covell’s Beach in Barnstable, Massachusetts, US, on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2022. Vineyard Wind is currently building the nation's first utility-scale offshore wind energy project over 15 miles off the coast of Massachusetts.
The new MK30 Prime Air drone at the BFI1 Amazon Fulfillment Center in Sumner, Washington, USA, on Wed., Oct. 11, 2023.
Farnaz Niroui looks at an array of gold nanoparticles suspended in water in her lab in a cleanroom in the MIT.nano building in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Mon., Sept. 19, 2022. Niroui is an Assistant Professor in MIT's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and her research, according to her group website, "pushes the limits of nanoscale engineering." Niroui and graduate student Spencer Zhu have developed a new method of nanoparticle "printing" which allows them to collect and arrange single nanoparticles using a liquid interface. The nanoparticles in these vials are largest in the leftmost vial, which gives a golden color to the water. The particles get progressively smaller and have different shapes proceeding down the vials to the right, which gives different color appearances to the liquid. Each vial contains on the order of hundreds of millions of gold nanoparticles.
Zack Hicks is CEO of Toyota Connected and Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Officer of Toyota Motor North America, seen here in the offices of Toyota Connected in Plano, Texas, USA, on Fri., Aug. 10, 2018.  Toyota Connected is a so-called "skunkworks" program by Toyota Motor North America to develop software that uses predictive and connective technology to make devices and cars talk to one another improving the driving experience and increasing safety measures on the cars.
Julie Shah is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics and leads the Interactive Robotics Group in MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. She is seen here with an ABB industrial robot. Shah uses these robots in research on "elbow to elbow" manufacturing, in which humans and robots work side by side in the same area.
Rob Muñoz, who works in Amazon's Corporate Communications, photographed in the company's Day 1 building in Seattle, Washington, USA, on Mon., Jan. 22, 2024.
Abigail Pierrepont Johnson (right) and Kathleen A. Murphy are photographed here in Fidelity's offices in Boston's Financial District on Thurs., Oct. 4, 2018. Abigail Pierrepont Johnson is the president and CEO of Fidelity Investments, and chairperson of its international sister company Fidelity International.  Kathleen A. Murphy is the President of Fidelity Personal Investing.
William O'Brien Jr. (standing, in black) is an Associate Professor in the MIT Department of Architecture and principal of WOJR. He is seen here critiquing a project by WOJR senior designer James Murray in WOJR's office in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, on Fri., June 21, 2019.
Harding Bush is the Associate Manager, Security Operations, for Global Rescue, seen here in the company's Operations Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, on Tue., Aug. 31, 2021. Global Rescue is a travel services company that provides medical, security, travel risk, and crisis management services to clients around the world, delivered by the company's team of paramedics and military special operations veterans. Harding Bush served more than 20 years as a US Navy Seal and served as a Command Senior Chief of the Navy's Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) Course.
A McLaren Elva is lifted to the top of the First Light tower in Seattle, Washington, US, on Friday, May 17, 2024. Photographer: M. Scott Brauer/Bloomberg
From left: Myung Sun Kang (Recent Ph.D. recipient) Riddhi Shah (Research Associate) Independent Activity Period (IAP) Pop-Up Resilient Furniture four-day workshop at the D-Lab workshop in MIT's building N51 in Cambridge, Mass., USA, on Sun., January 20, 2019. The finished furniture pieces were going to be installed in Grove Hall in Dorchester, Massachusetts.
MIT students and visiting scholars work in the Camera Culture group at MIT's Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Michelle Condon, a scrum master for the Mobility Services Platform development team at Toyota Connected, works on a whiteboard and adds to the weekly burndown chart (center) after a team meeting "scrum" in Toyota Connected's offices in Plano, Texas, on Fri., Aug. 10, 2018. The weekly burndown chart shows where time and effort is going on the projects they work on each week. The "scrum master" enables teams to perform at the highest possible level. The "scrum master" position and daily team meetings called "scrums" are part of Toyota Connected's implementation of agile development, a type of software project management and development that employs a collaborative effort through self-organizing teams within a larger organization and is used through Toyota Connected's development cycle. Toyota Connected is a so-called "skunkworks" program by Toyota Motor North America to develop software that uses predictive and connective technology to make devices and cars talk to one another improving the driving experience and increasing safety measures on the cars.
Gaurav Singal. Foundation Medicine employee outdoors near Longwood area of Boston, MA. 24 May 2017.
Albert Gray is a mover in MIT's Department of Facilities specializing in recycling. Gray is seen here on MIT's campus near a loading dock between Buildings 7 and 11.
Graduate student Neil Chandra Dalvie works in the lab of J. Christopher Love at the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Thu., July 23, 2020. From the lab's website, the Love Lab researches systems immunology, next-gen protein biopharmaceuticals, integrated process development, and alternative host strain engineering. 

Note: The pictures were taken during the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic; people in the photos followed social distance and face-mask safety protocols.

Joe Provost, a Threat Modeling and Simulation Architect with IBM Security, (standing) leads volunteers as they pretend to be involved in a cyber threat simulation in the cyber range in IBM Security's facility in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. The cyber range is a place where companies can get training in how to address a cyber security threat. 


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