A research assistant and avid runner, PhD candidate Thomas Petersen discusses his experience both researching and competing on pavement.
Headquarters would replace Building 44, forming an “entrance to computing” near the intersection of Vassar and Main streets.
Community-driven selection of project architect opens opportunities to imagine new life for historic building as future home for School of Architecture and Planning.
Lively program with the author celebrates the release of “Ai Weiwei: Beijing Photographs, 1993 – 2003” at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
At MIT, “we are committed to looking after each other,” says interim Institute community and equity officer.
Institute throws open its doors for the Greater Boston area’s fourth annual celebration of innovation.
A multi-university consortium will look to transform the lives of incarcerated people through education.
Through the PKG Summer Series, students follow the trail of the first-ever Boston Pride parade and view archives of early LGBTQ activism in Boston.
New research presence will serve to advance innovation in the aerospace industry and shape East Campus gateway.
Historic building would create “design hub” for MIT, with benefits for surrounding community.
Jaramillo lab launches a summer program to broaden the horizons of local students interested in materials science and engineering.