Vice president for research clarifies the memo’s intention and provides guidance.
Nuclear science and engineering and physics met political science to illuminate a new path.
A J-WAFS connection brings together two MIT research teams helping to advance irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa.
Transportation, communication, development, and social interaction are explored through the lens of the urban.
MIT Professional Education delivers Radical Innovation course to help civil servants modernize government and promote economic development.
In MIT talk, the former vice chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve reflects on his career as a policy leader.
At Solve Challenge Finals in New York, judges selected 32 innovators, and Solve announces $1.5 million in prize funding.
Associate Professor Danny Hidalgo’s work reveals some difficult truths about money, elections, and political influence.
Materials scientist recognized for social, economic, and environmentally-sustaining inventions that impact millions of people around the world.
A new agreement includes student programming, workshops, seed funds, and another five years of growing collaboration.