The MIT junior will pursue graduate studies in mathematics at Oxford University.
Assistant Professor Mariya Grinberg works at the intersection of economics and national security, building better theories of state behavior.
Fossils indicate a communal nesting ground and adults who foraged and took care of the young as a herd, scientists say.
Maria Zuber testifies before Congress on striking the right balance between research security and openness
“U.S. competitiveness depends less on defensive measures than on what we do to strengthen our own capacities,” says MIT’s vice president for research.
New professors join Comparative Media Studies/Writing, Economics, Literature, Philosophy, and Political Science.
PhD student Limiao Zhang sees surprising connections between the behavior of cars and bubbles.
PhD student Heng Yang is developing algorithms to help driverless vehicles quickly and accurately assess their surroundings.
Instructor Yilin Wang and alumna Hong Wang PhD ’19 are honored by the Breakthrough Prize Foundation.
A new approach increases the efficiency of chemical reactions that are key to many industrial processes.