Historian John Dower is helping Americans and Japanese better understand each other, showing us how we are more alike than we are different.
Medical student Vikram Kumar has invented a computer game for diabetic kids.
Literature Prof. Peter Donaldson has developed an online archive of prints and photographs that’s bringing Shakespeare to life.
Assoc. Prof. David Mindell has developed technologies that launched a whole new field of study –– deep-sea archeology.
Cities share the amazing ability to spring back from disaster, says Prof. Lawrence Vale, who examines why they’re so resilient.
Anne Whiston Spirn says cities must be designed in harmony with nature in order to survive.
The Campaign for MIT now exceeds the 90 percent mark of its $1.5 billion goal.
Visiting Prof. Frances Moore Lappé is writing a sequel to her 1971 blockbuster, “Diet for a Small Planet.”