MIT economist sees overlooked value in repairs, upgrades, and user fees to help fund projects.
Physics professor's new book looks at the international collaboration behind HERMES, an experiment studying the spin structure of matter.
Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs discusses the state’s plans to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 and how to get there.
How 3D-printed models of neuronal axons could accelerate development of new therapies to treat neurodegenerative disorders.
In a 3Q, Salvatore Vitale describes how gravitational-wave signals suggest black holes completely devoured their companion neutron stars.
Jacopo Buongiorno and others say factory-built microreactors trucked to usage sites could be a safe, efficient option for decarbonizing electricity systems.
HASTS PhD student Caroline White-Nockleby aims to advance climate justice by minimizing localized burdens of renewable energy implementation.
The PhD student focuses on three cities and the role of the arts in helping planning institutions to imagine and plan for possible futures.
Graduate student and outreach director discuss efforts by the Department of Biology’s faculty, students, and staff to engage local community college students in scientific research.
As students face career disruptions, MIT Career Advising and Professional Development provides support with new resources and long-distance advising.
MIT historian, and scholar of assimilation and exclusion, surveys the deeper history behind the current crisis.
Regina Barzilay, Fotini Christia, and Collin Stultz describe how artificial intelligence and machine learning can support fairness, personalization, and inclusiveness in health care.