Students, faculty, and staff have responded quickly in the wake of the disaster.
Failing to consider neighborhood texture in hurricane-related wind loss models may undervalue stronger construction by over 80 percent.
MIT Refugee Action Hub event convene learners, activists, and educators from around the world in storytelling and collaboration.
A life-detecting radar, a microscale motor, and a quantum network architecture are among this year's most innovative new technologies.
Within minutes, the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown on March 11, 2011, brought an unprecedented wave of death, displacement, and destruction to Japan.
A key finding: Early reopening last spring led to a dramatic drop in “quarantine strength” in southern and west-central U.S. states.
Will focus on responding to disasters and humanitarian crises, defending against biothreats, addressing climate change, and improving human health and performance.
Several of the winning innovations apply artificial intelligence to solutions for challenges to national security.
Lebanese Club at MIT and MIT Arab Alumni Association join forces to raise money for the Beirut Emergency Fund.
Researchers urge a holistic approach to forecasting the virus’ impact on public health and the economy.