MIT spinout continues its investment in early-stage startups working to solve key challenges in climate change, human health, and advanced systems.
A search committee chaired by Institute Professor Phillip Sharp will work to identify a new director for MIT’s pioneering cancer research center.
An online symposium explores roles for research universities and outlines the Institute’s efforts to be a testbed for research and policy innovations.
MIT student groups come together to host “voter mobilization festival” featuring Institute leaders, famed artists, and elected officials.
Political science professor will spearhead the Institute’s interdisciplinary center that studies high-impact, complex societal challenges.
The pilot project is designed to determine if wastewater testing can provide early signals about the spread of the virus.
The former vice president for finance will become MIT’s chief financial officer.
Bolstered by campus partnerships and TurboVote, the student-led group MITvote is working to increase voter turnout.
Institute’s pooled investments returned 8.3 percent last year; endowment stands at $18.4 billion.