Guest speakers offer stories of MIT’s connectivity and innovation.
MIT alumna, Robert Wilhelm Fellow, and former Mexican government official discusses opportunities and challenges of recent reforms.
Mexico's former deputy secretary of energy for hydrocarbons will write on Mexican energy reform and research women’s roles in political and social transformation.
Site visits by grad students in the School of Architecture and Planning sharpen proposals in art, architecture, and urbanism studios.
The Tec de Monterrey and MIT Program fosters exchanges in nanotechnology and nanoscience, with the goal of helping the Tec to become a research university.
Graduate student awarded first Scholarship for Real Estate Excellence from the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors and the MIT Center for Real Estate
Study shows significant differences in costs associated with curbing greenhouse gas emissions in Brazil and Mexico.
System developed at MIT proves practical for remote communities.
MIT-developed system runs autonomously, producing 1,000 liters per day.