Nicholas Demos, a first-generation college graduate and MathWorks Fellow in MIT’s Kavli Institute, is improving our ability to listen to the cosmos.
Gurrein Madan, brain and cognitive sciences graduate student and MathWorks Fellow, studies gut–brain signaling with implications for human health.
Each recipient will receive a $625,000, no-strings-attached award.
Awards to be used for ongoing work with older adults.
MIT alumna and two others honored for discoveries in black hole physics.
Michael Birnbaum, Anders Hansen, and Tami Lieberman receive NIH Director’s New Innovator Awards from the NIH Common Fund’s High-Risk, High-Reward Research program.
Designed for students, the program explores on a grand scale how technology can aid or hinder human rights.
Remarkably large cohort of graduating seniors honored for excellence in the liberal arts.
Physicist is honored with the RSEF’s highest scientific honor for his work on twistronics.
The award supports promising PhD candidates or postdocs conducting interdisciplinary research on the societal and ethical dimensions of computing.
Prize recognizes contributions to biomedical research made by immigrant scientists.
Regina Barzilay wins $1M Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Squirrel AI award
MIT professor announced as award’s first recipient for work in cancer diagnosis and drug synthesis.
Physicists Tracy Slatyer and Netta Engelhardt and mathematicians Lisa Piccirillo and Nina Holden PhD ’18 are honored by the Breakthrough Prize Foundation.