Ronit Langer ’20, left, and Dorothy Szymkiewicz ’20 are part of NEET’s first Living Machines cohort. Photo: Ken Richardson
Fall 2018

Following the Thread

Three years of project work yield NEET students an experimental model of the human gut—and preparation for their postgraduation goals

The new graduate residence in Kendall Square will include ample gathering spaces. Image: NADAAA
Fall 2018

Life on Main Street

A new residence for grad students will offer community and connections in a hard-to-beat location

Throughout their time at MIT, students are encouraged to team up and pursue innovative ideas. Jessica Shi ’17 (left) and Charlene Xia ’17 work during their senior year on a prototype for Tactile, a portable realtime text-to-Braille converter. With four fellow cofounders from the Class of 2017, they are now beta testing their device in Boston. Photo: Lillie Paquette/School of Engineering
Fall 2018

Running Start

Students who hatch their companies at MIT are well-positioned for impact