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.
At MIT, Luis Videgaray, alumnus and former foreign minister of Mexico, will launch project to help shape international AI policies.
MIT biologist and electrical engineer are two of 38 naturalized U.S. citizens honored for contributions to American society.
Solve at MIT 2019 connects cross-sector leaders to accelerate tech startups addressing some of the world’s most pressing problems.
Grantees will spend the 2019-2020 academic year pursuing research and teaching opportunities abroad.
Arthur Samberg '62 donates $1 million to sustain the program for years to come.
MIT-India, J-WAFS, and the Indian Institute of Technology Ropar launch fund to facilitate collaborations between faculty and scientists from MIT and ITT Ropar.
Prizes from GM, the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation, Vodafone Americas Foundation, and others will be awarded to Solver teams selected from four Global Challenges.
Inaugural event for MIT’s climate action groups showcases ways the Institute is reaching outside its walls to make new contributions on climate change.
MISTI Global Seed Funds program awards another $2 million to researchers across the Institute.