For many people, including those that participate, the sport of curling is somewhat of a mystery. "There's a lot of science behind curling, including some that's actually not so well understood," says graduate student Nate Bailey, a member of the MIT Curling Club. "I think it works at MIT because of that curiosity," sophomore Leanne Galanek adds. (Learn more: http://news.mit.edu/2019/fe...
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Production assistance: Stephanie Tran/MIT Division of Student Life
Special thanks to: Broomstones Curling Club and USA Curling