Through her organization, Sprouting, Taylor Baum is empowering teachers to teach coding and computer science in their classrooms and communities.
Hackathon explores policy solutions to challenges in cybersecurity, environmental justice, and city planning focused on post-pandemic efforts to build a better society.
MIT iQuHACK gave teams from across the country time and experience on real quantum computers.
The MIT EnergyHack brought together bright minds from across the world to address some of the energy sector’s most pressing challenges.
MIT App Inventor’s “Appathon” joins programmers from around the world to imagine a better future and start building it one app at a time.
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.