Fortifying foods with new polymer particles containing vitamin A could promote better vision and health for millions of people.
The first African American to receive tenure at MIT, Jones championed greater diversity and inclusion at the Institute and beyond.
Deeply respected advisor, educator, mentor, and former department head was a founding member of the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change and committed to helping others rise out of poverty.
In collaboration with Community Jameel and Co-Impact, rigorous research will inform social policies and programs.
Evaluation Incubators to provide technical assistance, training, funding to help partners design randomized evaluations of housing stability strategies and state and local programs.
First results underscore the urgent need for a better understanding of how to address inequities in birth outcomes.
Alumni-founded Quipu Market offers loans and other financial services to entrepreneurs through its online marketplace.
MIT political science master’s student Milain Fayulu is building brands to bring change to his home country.
New J-PAL North America publication helps policymakers understand summer programs’ wide-ranging benefits, in such areas as criminal justice involvement, education, and development.