Students wow visitors with a flurry of races and demonstrations during the program's signature final event.
Laboratory staff teamed up with the Timothy Smith Network to offer a four-week coding course for middle school students.
The 4,000-square-foot addition will facilitate further collaboration between MIT and Lincoln Laboratory researchers.
Citizens with disabilities from Greater Boston and students gathered to build prototypes of personalized assistive devices.
Computer science major Melanie Chen serves as teaching assistant, curriculum developer, and mentor to high school students in a unique MIT program.
At the 2017 Assistive Technologies Hackathon hosted at Beaver Works, students created helpful devices for Greater Boston residents with disabilities.
Students recognized for inventive solutions to challenges in health care, transportation, food and agriculture, and consumer devices.
High school girls learn to construct cameras and program image filters at Lincoln Laboratory event.
The 2014 Irwin Sizer Award recognizes Shin’s leadership in establishing Beaver Works