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Moving online, AgeLab research and outreach program for individuals 85 and older reveals surprising outcomes and extends MIT’s reach.
MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative and multinational mining company Vale bring sustainability education to young engineering professionals in Brazil.
DriveSeg contains precise, pixel-level representations of many common road objects, but through the lens of a continuous video driving scene.
The MIT Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab implements a rapid assessment process to inform policy.
Emojis, grandmas logging in, and kudos from strangers: How MIT students have finished their PhDs during the pandemic.
New MITx MicroMasters credential-holders prepare to meet supply chain disruptions through their knowledge and newly acquired abilities.
In a time of physical distancing, connecting socially across generations is more important than ever
MIT’s AgeLab offers ways to maintain conversations between younger and older adults.
MIT Professor Yossi Sheffi describes the supply chain landscape in the U.S., from food security to concerns about medical supplies.
The MIT Humanitarian Supply Chain lab led a blended supply chain management course with Addis Ababa University.
Awards honor innovations that enhance learning and employability.
The event highlighted caregiving both as a rising economic challenge and as an opportunity for businesses to meet new demands for knowledge and services.
MIT AgeLab research engineer directs a team that studies in-vehicle automation, robotics, AI, and the mechanics of driver attention, among other topics.
Incoming director Jay Guo commits to educating individuals and supporting industry at the Supply Chain Innovation Institute.
New methodology may be used to respond to other endemic diseases.