Results show infection rates increase across communities; individuals in low-income areas and those in poor health are at highest risk.
“We have not played all our cards yet,” says the associate dean of engineering and co-founder of the Isolat modeling group.
Large-scale video campaign allowed physicians and public health messengers to encourage staying home over the 2020 holidays.
Staff were recognized for keeping spirits up and services running despite a difficult year.
Conference brings together educators, policymakers, and industry leaders to consider new education models to train skilled workers.
MIT team looks at classroom configurations and offers modifications to enhance safety during Covid-19 pandemic.
Associate Professor Justin Reich co-authors a new report on reimagining K-12 schools for a post-pandemic world.
The tabletop diagnostic yields results in an hour and can be programmed to detect variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
SMART researchers have developed an innovative method to detect and quantify the B.1.1.7 (Alpha) variant of concern via wastewater epidemiology.
MIT researchers use cell tower data to show that movement during Covid-19-related lockdowns declined the most in wealthier areas with more people.
Researchers share progress applying network science to disinformation tracing, Covid-19 modeling, and machine learning.