On the Cambridge shore of the serpentine Charles River stand the stately buildings of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Boldly engraved, high up on the sides of the buildings, are the names of some of those who made lasting contributions to mankind's progress: Newton, Aristotle, Wren, Gutenberg, and others.
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