Master’s student Pavarin Bhandtivej seeks to bring data to bear on policymaking in Thailand.
At MIT Forefront, panelists explore ways to prepare workers and improve jobs.
Saha Global, co-founded by two MIT alumnae, helps Ghanaian women start profitable water treatment businesses to serve their communities.
Research is part of a $25 million effort to generate evidence on the real-world effectiveness of policies and programs at the intersection of poverty and climate change.
With deep roots at MIT, the startup change:WATER Labs has created a toilet that treats waste without water or power.
State and Local Innovation Initiative seeks government partners to rigorously evaluate policies and programs aiming to address critical social issues.
Technologies like robots and artificial intelligence could partner with humans, not oust them from work, research and business leaders say.
MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future identifies ways to align new technologies with durable careers.
Incubator aims to identify the most effective strategies at reducing homelessness and promoting housing stability.
Series paints a holistic picture of summer youth employment programs and how research helps strengthen them.
The Covid-19 Recovery and Resilience Initiative aims to catalyze evidence-based policy solutions to the challenges posed by the pandemic.
Diverse international cohort first to earn MIT master's degrees in data, economics, and development policy
Twenty-two students from 14 countries take an evidence-based approach to affecting global change.
SourceTrace offers a suite of software tools to improve the profitability, sustainability, and transparency of agricultural supply chains around the world.