MIT alumni and friends from around the globe attended an online event that featured presentations from Institute leaders, faculty, and alumni about human health-related research.
Black women are more vulnerable than white men, illustrating how race and gender intersect to shape health outcomes.
The Cambridge-area innovation hub has been buffeted by the events of the past year but also shown great resilience and creativity, speakers said.
As students face career disruptions, MIT Career Advising and Professional Development provides support with new resources and long-distance advising.
MIT researchers have developed a publicly available model based on physics and data from past spreading events.
New research offers insight for city planning and workforce development.
Deterministic lateral displacement assay can rapidly assess host inflammatory response, identifying a potentially life-threatening hyper-aggressive immune response.
Seven MIT researchers see lessons and opportunities for US health care.
Sidney Pacific residents empower each other to sustain community togetherness.
MIT historian, and scholar of assimilation and exclusion, surveys the deeper history behind the current crisis.
In a Q&A, Charles Senteio discusses Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy among Black Americans and the “tsunami of inequity” accelerated by the pandemic.