The MIT Energy Club hosts its sixth annual EnergyHack with 260 participants joining in from around the globe in this all-virtual event.
Postdoc Freddy Nguyen, grad student Emre Ergecen, and Visiting Assistant Professor Charles Senteio describe collective actions to tackle health inequities and disparities.
MIT App Inventor Challenge allows children to create apps that tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
Online event aimed to develop high-impact ideas to improve educational outcomes in the Middle East and North Africa.
Some 40 students pull off a global virtual hackathon in less than two weeks.
University students and professionals connect online to find practical solutions to problems linked with the current pandemic.
Hack for Inclusion partnered with corporations and organizations to pose 14 challenges directly related to problems those groups are currently facing.
Three-day hackathon explores methods for making artificial intelligence faster and more sustainable.
Hacking Nanomedicine kicks off a series of events to develop an idea over time.
Sixth annual Assistive Technologies Hackathon paired students with client co-designers to create innovative solutions to the everyday problems they face.
MIT designers, researchers, and students collaborate with The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Microsoft to improve the connection between people and art.
Hackathons promote doctor-data scientist collaboration and expanded access to electronic medical-records to improve patient care.