Passionate about creating educational opportunities in India, PhD student Siddhartha Jayanti recently explored multiprocessor speed limits, in a paper written in the Indian language Telugu.
“I wouldn’t let the aggressor in the war squash my dreams,” says Ukrainian mathematician and MITx MicroMasters learner Tetiana Herasymova.
The media scholar speaks on her research and her experience at MIT.
A pandemic-fueled transformation of the MIT course MAS.S64 (How to Grow (Almost) Anything) leads to next steps in democratizing synthetic biology.
Study group of medical students in Turkey uses free MIT resources to pursue a PhD-level research agenda.
MIT researchers developed and studied a customized AI training program for users with varied backgrounds, which could be delivered across large organizations.
Research collaboration to examine parent-child learning interactions’ impact on child skill and curiosity
J-PAL North America and the University of Chicago’s Behavioral Insights and Parenting Lab will evaluate two approaches to text-based parental engagement programs that motivate two distinct kinds of learning interactions.
DMSE’s Tenure Talks gives glimpse into the hard work, commitment, and decisions behind one of academia’s most important posts.
University placements through MISTI aim to contribute to Africa’s growing research ecosystems.
A three-year collaboration with J-WEL upgraded student learning through human skills, project-centered classes, and adaptability.
An experimental new course rethinks the relationship between brains and bodies in schools.
Students compete to design a compression-resistant nanoscale material — and win possibly the world’s smallest trophy.
In MIT class 18.A34 (Mathematical Problem Solving), students prep for a major collegiate mathematics competition — and learn to love math.