Showing posts from December, 2023

A carbon-lite atmosphere could be a sign of water and life on other terrestrial planets, MIT study finds

Does “food as medicine” make a big dent in diabetes?

Engineers develop a vibrating, ingestible capsule that might help treat obesity

Leveraging language to understand machines

Carlo Ratti named curator of 2025 Venice Biennale Architecure Exhibition

Neveen El Tahri: Confronting the Challenges of a Male-Dominated Business Culture

Adenike Ogunlesi: Upholding the Social Responsibility of Entrepreneurship

Institute Professor Emeritus Robert Solow, pathbreaking economist, dies at age 99

MIT’s top research stories of 2023

MIT community in 2023: A year in review

MIT in the media: 2023 in review

Minicourse open to the MIT community gives context to the Middle East crisis

Professor Emeritus Frederick Hennie, expert in computation and leader within MIT EECS, dies at 90

Paul Parravano, longtime liaison to elected leaders and MIT’s neighbors, dies at 71

Using AI, MIT researchers identify a new class of antibiotic candidates

A flexible solution to help artists improve animation

The science and art of complex systems

Study: Colon cancer screenings are more effective than previously understood

Navy officer deepens her engineering and leadership skills at MIT

MIT’s tiny technologies go to Washington

Generative AI Shaping The Future Keynote: Rodney Brooks

Generative AI Shaping The Future: Opening Remarks by President Kornbluth

Nanoparticle-delivered RNA reduces neuroinflammation in lab tests

“MIT can give you ‘superpowers’”

Image recognition accuracy: An unseen challenge confounding today’s AI

Philip Erickson named director of MIT Haystack Observatory

Computational model captures the elusive transition states of chemical reactions

AI meets climate: MIT Energy and Climate Hack 2023

2.009 gets “Wild!”

LIFT Program helps Cambridge youth become tomorrow’s changemakers

Three MIT students selected as inaugural MIT-Pillar AI Collective Fellows

Angela Belcher delivers 2023 Dresselhaus Lecture on evolving organisms for new nanomaterials

Deep neural networks show promise as models of human hearing

Satellite-based method measures carbon in peat bogs

Closing the design-to-manufacturing gap for optical devices

Ronald Garcia Ruiz named a Popular Science “Brilliant 10”

MIT campus goals in food, water, waste support decarbonization efforts

How to be an astronaut

A computer scientist pushes the boundaries of geometry

MIT researchers observe a hallmark quantum behavior in bouncing droplets

3 Questions: Darrell Irvine on making HIV vaccines more powerful

Boosting faith in the authenticity of open source software

MIT Generative AI Week fosters dialogue across disciplines

Wharton Executive Education Answers Executive Demand with the launch of Generative AI and Business Transformation

Two from MIT named 2024 Marshall Scholars

Program for Research in Markets & Organizations (PRIMO)

MIT group releases white papers on governance of AI

Scientists 3D print self-heating microfluidic devices

Breakerspace illuminates the mysteries of materials

Remembering Professor Judy Hoyt, a pioneer in semiconductor research

Miranda McClellan ’18, MEng ’19 awarded 2025 Schwarzman Scholarship

Researchers safely integrate fragile 2D materials into devices

Automated system teaches users when to collaborate with an AI assistant

From MIT to Singapore and back: Delivering knowledge and advancing careers in finance

MIT students win Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center sustainability award

MIT engineers develop a way to determine how the surfaces of materials behave

Accelerated climate action needed to sharply reduce current risks to life and life-support systems

President Kornbluth's opening statement for the US House Committee on Education and the Workforce

Eric Evans to step down as director of MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Chemists create organic molecules in a rainbow of colors

AI accelerates problem-solving in complex scenarios

MIT Women’s League fosters connections and community around campus

How a mutation in microglia elevates Alzheimer’s risk

The eyes have it

3Q: Melissa Nobles on combating antisemitism and Islamophobia

3 Questions: Laura Beretsky on living and learning with epilepsy

Unlocking the secrets of natural materials

Explained: The sugar coating of life

3 Questions: Wiebke Denecke on a landmark project for Chinese literature

A mineral produced by plate tectonics has a global cooling effect, study finds

Immune action at a distance