The HUMANS nanowafer, an MIT Space Exploration Initiative student-led project, will travel to the ISS this month, and later to the moon, carrying messages in more than 64 languages from over 80 countries.
Rising junior in Course 6-9 was “brave and compassionate” and strove to lift up others.
Edward Gibson and Eric Martinez are among this year's winners of the satiric prize, for explaining what makes legal documents so difficult to comprehend.
New initiative extends the press’ commitment to publishing books by historically underrepresented authors through direct financial support.
PhD students discuss their participation in The Poetry of Science project and the importance of bringing the arts into science communication.
MIT’s Alan Lightman co-authors the first title from MIT Kids Press, a new imprint from the MIT Press and Candlewick Press.
MIT Music and Theater Arts lab provides students with a chance to workshop scripts with seasoned actors and directors in a professional setting.
Prizes recognize student writing on topics related to immigrant, diaspora, bicultural, bilingual, and/or multi-racial experiences.
The Isabelle de Courtivron Writing Prize is seeking student writing submissions about immigrant, diaspora, bicultural, bilingual, and/or mixed-race experiences.
The acclaimed writer, whose work has become a cause célèbre in France and beyond, speaks as part of the MIT Global France Seminar series.
Recent graduate honored for her unique audio piece, crafted at MIT, encouraging self-reflection on race.