Partisan media might deepen political polarization, but we should measure people’s media habits more carefully before drawing conclusions, researchers say.
The MIT’s Writers’ Group has helped community members channel their creative energies since 2002.
Kaylee Cunningham recognizes that her training as a PhD student in nuclear science and engineering could be for naught if myths continue to plague the industry. The activist is committed to helping — one TikTok at a time.
For MIT CSHub postdoc Miaomiao Zhang, communicating effectively is perhaps the most important part of research.
With support from 322 libraries — a 33 percent increase in participation over its first year — the D2O publishing model will include over 160 scholarly monographs and edited collections by the end of 2023.
Evan Kramer’s latest foray into urban astrophotography puts the focus on his fellow researchers.
A new dataset can help scientists develop automatic systems that generate richer, more descriptive captions for online charts.