In their own words: MIT faculty on advancing health in a data-rich era
A Droneport in Venice
Wearables are a frontier for both technology and policy
Dustin Katzin ’12 composed an orchestral piece that premiered last spring and brought the audience to their feet, stomping, cheering, and whistling.
Astrophysicist Anna Frebel studies how the oldest stars for clues about how the universe formed
Looking deeper into the brain to understand how color meshes with forms and faces
Videos delve into MIT's global impact and vision in Campaign priority areas
Supporting unrestricted research
Health of the Planet
Could chemicals key to sustainable technologies pose unseen environmental risks?
An engineer/MBA applies new carbon capture technology to the fossil fuel industry
Undergraduates get a taste of environmental fieldwork in the shadow of a volcano
For S-Lab students, the scale is global, and the stakes are real
MIT researchers and a robot named Luigi tap into the secrets of sewage
A closer look at two next-generation devices for capturing medical data
Collaborative “systems biology” approach could steer tumors into submission
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
MIT Sandbox supports balanced development of student entrepreneurs
From Korea to Mexico, Dennis Frenchman reshapes city centers around technology
The Solve conference, taking place on the MIT campus in October, seeks to answer the hard questions of our time.
Julie Shah is designing factory-based machines that will better anticipate human movement.
Teaching Learning and Living
A core chemistry course that activates engagement, even beyond the MIT campus
Preparing students to teach with confidence
The first Brown Scholar graduates
Inside the Hobby Shop