At MIT, U.S. Secretary of State highlights peril of climate change, economic promise of clean energy.
Former School of Engineering and Lincoln Laboratory computing pioneer among 21 recipients of the nation’s highest civilian honor.
One-on-one conversation in WIRED focuses on advancements in artificial intelligence and how society should respond to related concerns.
Members of the MIT community host maker events on campus and give talks about making in Washington.
Hosted by the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, event featured mixed student teams tackling cybersecurity challenges.
Buie, Buonassisi, Tisdale, and Tye honored with the U.S. government's highest award for young scientists and engineers.
Mathematician and MIT Corporation life member named National Medal of Science recipients.
Discussion with President Reif during MIT visit focuses on policy support for new growth.
Wireless motion-tracking device from CSAIL researchers is among highlighted innovations at “Demo Day.”
MIT aerospace and systems engineer will assume agency’s No. 2 post upon President Obama's signing.
High-school students from two Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams showcased their invention projects for President Obama at the 2015 White House Science Fair.
MIT, British students to face off in “Cambridge v. Cambridge” event this fall.