Two MIT graduate students have developed a device that provides better access to STEM materials for the blind and low-vision community.
Study of post-harvest storage technology use in Uganda assesses potential for farmer adoption, identifies supply chain challenges and solutions.
With deep roots in public service, Trimble looks to establish innovative new programs and stronger service involvement from all MIT community members.
A seminar explores inequality through conversations in Massachusetts’ largest prison.
Twelve teams competing in social-entrepreneurship competition split $97,500 in cash prizes.
MIT IDEAS Global Challenge has helped launch 128 student-led projects around the world.
For a quarter-century, public service fellowships have inspired MIT students to work with community partners for the betterment of humankind.
MIT students improve the quality of life, safety, and independence of The Boston Home residents with InstaAid mobile application.
Students create innovative clothing through assistive technologies and user-centered design.