Showing posts from January, 2024

For Consumers, the Economic Light Is Pretty Dim

Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights

Six Ways AI Could Disrupt Your Business

Want Better Democracy? Let’s Talk

Know Your HBS Staff: June Dever

3 Questions: What can graduate students expect from MIT’s newest grad housing option?

Can Second-Generation Ethanol Production Help Decarbonize the World?

Simons Center’s collaborative approach propels autism research, at MIT and beyond

Nancy Hopkins awarded the National Academy of Sciences Public Welfare Medal

Creating new skills and new connections with MIT’s Quantitative Methods Workshop

MIT, Applied Materials, and the Northeast Microelectronics Coalition Hub to bring 200mm advanced research capabilities to MIT.nano

New MIT.nano equipment to accelerate innovation in “tough tech” sectors

DNA particles that mimic viruses hold promise as vaccines

AgeLab’s Bryan Reimer named to US Department of Transportation innovation committee

Middle-school students meet a beam of electrons, and excitement results

Study: Smart devices’ ambient light sensors pose imaging privacy risk

Astronomers spot 18 black holes gobbling up nearby stars

Opening the doorway to drawing

School of Engineering fourth quarter 2024 awards

Microsoft’s Bing Market Share Barely Budged With ChatGPT Add-On

Homeward Bound: How Migrants Seek Out Familiar Climates

Susan Solomon wins VinFuture Award for Female Innovators

Study: Stars travel more slowly at Milky Way’s edge

Entrepreneur creates career pathways with MIT OpenCourseWare

Performance art and science collide as students experience “Blue Man Group”

Printing furniture with liquid metal

Unlocking history with geology and genetics

Researchers demonstrate rapid 3D printing with liquid metal

MIT Faculty Founder Initiative announces finalists for second competition

Q&A: What sets the recent Japan earthquake apart from others?

Generating the policy of tomorrow

Faculty, staff, students to evaluate ways to decarbonize MIT's campus

Q&A: A blueprint for sustainable innovation

Personalized, 3D-printed sneaker designs

An innovative side of sneaker design

New tool predicts flood risk from hurricanes in a warming climate

New model predicts how shoe properties affect a runner’s performance

What to do about AI in health?

Rowing in the right direction

Professor Emeritus Peter Schiller, a pioneer researcher of the visual system, dies at 92

Award shines a spotlight on local science journalism

Remembering Elise O’Hara, Media Lab staff member

Solving complex problems with technology and varied perspectives at Sphere Las Vegas

How the brain responds to reward is linked to socioeconomic background

A new drug candidate can shrink kidney cysts

Getfit, MIT Health’s winter exercise challenge, turns 20 in 2024

Blueprint Labs launches a charter school research collaborative

Baran Mensah: Savoring college life in a new country

Researchers improve blood tests’ ability to detect and monitor cancer

New hope for early pancreatic cancer intervention via AI-based risk prediction

Meeting the clean energy needs of tomorrow

Reasoning and reliability in AI

Evidence that gamma rhythm stimulation can treat neurological disorders is emerging

MedLinks volunteers aid students in residence halls with minor medical issues

Business schools pushed to provide a more responsible education

Cobalt-free batteries could power cars of the future

Study reveals a universal pattern of brain wave frequencies

Self-powered sensor automatically harvests magnetic energy

Stratospheric safety standards: How aviation could steer regulation of AI in health

The art of being FLI

John Buttrick, celebrated pianist and former director of music at MIT, dies at 88

K. Lisa Yang Global Engineering and Research Center will prioritize innovations for resource-constrained communities

Soaring high, in the Army and the lab

question for MIT and WSJ: is russia or china the world leader in generative AI or is it really the UK ?? @mit @wsj

3 Questions: Renaud Fournier on transforming MIT’s digital landscape

How SolarWinds Responded to the 2020 SUNBURST Cyberattack

The MBAs Who Can’t Find Jobs

Hive to Honey Jar workshop🍯🐝

Study reveals a reaction at the heart of many renewable energy technologies

3 Questions: Implementing the MIT Graduate Student Union’s collective bargaining agreement

Expanding the conversation about aging

This nonprofit is proving that creating good jobs is good business

Michael John Gorman named MIT Museum director

Diving into nuclear submarines

Five Signs Your Job's 'Hybrid Office' Policy Is Actually Toxic

The future of motorcycles could be hydrogen

Turning history of science into a comic adventure

Three honored with 2023 School of Science teaching prizes

Researchers release open-source space debris model

Food for thought

Richard Wiesman, professor of the practice in mechanical engineering, dies at age 69

Bridging the gap between preschool policy, practice, and research

Meet Three People Who Landed Jobs without a Bachelor’s Degree and Don’t Have to Worry about Paying off Student Debt

For the love of speed: Building a hydrogen-powered motorcycle

Noninvasive technique reveals how cells’ gene expression changes over time

The future of motorcycles could be hydrogen

3 Questions: A new home for music at MIT

A new way to swiftly eliminate micropollutants from water

Shell joins MIT.nano Consortium

Multiple AI models help robots execute complex plans more transparently

Co-creating climate futures with real-time data and spatial storytelling

Technique could efficiently solve partial differential equations for numerous applications

Stripes in a flowing liquid crystal suggest a route to “chiral” fluids

Inhalable sensors could enable early lung cancer detection

Improving patient safety using principles of aerospace engineering

Inclusive research for social change

Researchers 3D print components for a portable mass spectrometer

MIT community members elected to the National Academy of Inventors for 2023

AI agents help explain other AI systems

Not all failures are created equally, says Harvard expert—how to learn from your mistakes more easily

ChatGPT Helps, and Worries, Business Consultants, Study Finds

Complex, unfamiliar sentences make the brain’s language network work harder

Building technology that empowers city residents

Climate action, here and now