The prestigious awards are supporting five innovative projects that challenge established norms and have the potential to be world-changing.
Fifteen student teams nationwide have been awarded up to $10,000 in grants to address local problems.
Riccardo Comin, Phillip “Donnie” Keathley, and Luqiao Lui are among 31 selected nationwide.
Solutions grants will aid commercialization of novel MIT technologies to test water safety and improve agricultural productivity.
Four students are first beneficiaries of grant program established by Assistant Professor Lindley Winslow with support from the Heising-Simons Foundation.
Collaboration between MIT and Weizmann Institute of Science supports new avenues of scientific research
Sagol family grant will enable MIT and Israel's Weizmann Institute of Science to work together on multidisciplinary projects.
The seventh round of MindHandHeart Innovation Fund projects have been selected to bring creative wellness and mental health programming to campus.
Three MIT faculty members selected for funding from the G. Harold and Leila Y. Mathers Foundation.
Grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will enable a landscape analysis and code audit of all known open source authoring and publishing platforms.
Belgian researchers once split by language come together to reinforce a future with MIT.
Awardees will use grants to advance research in areas including energy storage, renewables expansion modeling, and the chemistry of electrocatalysts.