The first US-focused MIT Sloan action learning course grapples with the divides in American society
A new initiative from the Jameel Poverty Action Lab helps policy makers worldwide embrace the value of evidence
Ian Condry and T.L. Taylor are ethnographers exploring the connections between online and offline worlds.
Frankie Perone has developed an intuitive understanding of form that she believes will ultimately help her produce more thoughtful designs.
Michael Scott Cuthbert advances musical analysis with his new music21 software.
Erica Caple James investigates how behavior, culture, and structural inequalities impact health.
J. Meejin Yoon creates large-scale, public art installations, including White Noise/White Light, which she designed for the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Neri Oxman launched a new research initiative –– material ecology –– that merges architecture, engineering, computation, and ecology.
MIT students Kwabena Bediako and Lucy Fan are now contributing to the world’s energy future.