Content tagged ‘international collaborations’
Ruben Juanes’ work has profound implications for carbon sequestration, which can help prevent global warming.
Rhonda Jordan co-founded a company that connects low-income customers in East Africa to electricity through a battery swapping service.
MIT’s primary international program connects students and faculty with research and innovation across the world.
Water is one of the greatest global challenges of the 21st century, and now more than 50 faculty members from across the Institute are working to find new solutions to this growing crisis.
Thousands of MIT students are participating in public service projects across the globe to gain leadership skills and to better serve the world.
Senior Adam Goldstein — who has already written two books — is a facile communicator and a star of MIT's Debate Team.
Prof. Yasheng Huang's latest book challenges conventional ideas about China's economy.
Prof. Yung Ho Chang, one of China's top architects, is now building a sustainable town in Shanghai.
Freshman David Young, who developed "green" cement, is now building low-income houses in Guatemala.
Senior Justin Tan is establishing a chain of stroke rehabilitation clinics across Southeast Asia.
Prof. Richard Lester is now working with others to determine how new energy technologies can become as ubiquitous as the cell phone.
Students say sitting in a classroom is a great way to learn, but when you add hands-on work, the experience is amplified. It’s like learning in stereo.
MIT's Addir Fellows — 30 Christian, Muslim, and Jewish students — join together to prevent ethnic stereotyping and global misunderstanding.
Prof. Suzanne Berger examines what companies are doing to make it in today’s global economy.
International engagement is becoming more important than ever before, and to respond to the new environment, MIT is educating a new generation of global leaders and citizens.
Tony Sun, ‘74, believes MIT students need global experience. “Being the best engineer alone is insufficient…unless (you) have a broader view of…the world,” he says.
Xiaomin Mou participates in MIT's MISTI program, which offers students the chance to work across the globe. So far, Mou has participated in seven internships.