MIT alumni-founded Spoiler Alert matches major food brands with discount grocers to sell perishable products.
MIT economist’s new research shows U.S. locales hammered by open trade with China have not rebounded, even a decade or more later.
Houston discusses leading the company through the pandemic in a fireside chat hosted by the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
Participants from across the climate and energy sectors gathered remotely and at MIT to discuss new, transformative technologies.
The Common Ground for Computing Education is facilitating collaborations to develop new classes for students to pursue computational knowledge within the context of their fields of interest.
“A Shot in the Arm,” a new book from Professor Yossi Sheffi, reveals lessons about overcoming global threats.
Corporate innovation leaders at Bayer engage MIT Sloan Executive Education in a transformational data science and intrapreneurship program.
Economists find companies’ adoption of robots is partly due to shortages in middle-aged labor.
The 2021 event, held in Kresge Auditorium and streamed live, was an unmistakable sign that MIT’s campus is up and running.