Cambridge, Boston and region
The winners of an MIT competition to design a future, climate-ready Boston have landed an award to realize their vision.
Representatives detail plans to monitor and manage Covid-19 cases as students prepare to return to campus.
The science program for local high school students is remote this year, as MIT instructors create at-home lab experiences.
An architect and urban planner, Lee’s impact is evident throughout Boston and the city’s Chinatown, his childhood home.
Film portrays groundbreaking initiative’s impact on MIT undergraduates and incarcerated students.
In researching disaster recovery and marginalized populations, the PhD student seeks out people with deep knowledge of their communities.
Massachusetts Emergency Response Team helps manufacturers produce personal protective equipment and other medical devices for health care workers.
Decisions on when to return to campus await more information but may involve a phased process and continued precautions.
MIT professor’s research group leverages its capability for testing filtration efficiency to assess certain respirators for MEMA, others.
Staffed by MIT Medical, the 75-bed facility will provide care for members of the MIT community and individuals from the broader Cambridge community.
The Institute is supporting Cambridge’s nonprofits, small businesses, and residents.
Critical research continues, students and staff are receiving support, and contingency planning proceeds for eventual phased reopening.