Using sand and rock, MIT senior Aviva Intveld tells stories of ancient climates.
Prochlorococcus, the world’s most abundant photosynthetic organism, reveals a gene-transfer mechanism that may be key to its abundance and diversity.
With the selection of 16 inaugural postdocs, the program seeks to develop the next generation of faculty leaders and help guide the school toward a more diverse and inclusive culture.
First-gen MIT graduate students are claiming their identity, forming community, and holding space for one another.
A new study links very dry and very humid indoor environments with worse Covid-19 outcomes.
MIT Energy Initiative Annual Research Conference highlights both opportunities and obstacles in the race to a net-zero future.
Up to one-third of the carbon consumed by Prochlorococcus may come from sources other than photosynthesis.