Attended by more than 500 students, faculty, staff, and alumni, with more sessions planned, the course offers a jumping off point for constructive discussions.
During 18 years of leadership, Evans established new R&D mission areas, strengthened ties to the MIT community, and increased inclusion and education efforts.
An expert panel discussed the strengths, and limits, of the alignment between the two world powers and U.S. rivals.
Working with mentors and military operators, cadets are addressing challenges in such areas as autonomy, data analytics, communications, and blood delivery.
MIT political scientist Taylor Fravel examines the potential and limitations of a bigger BRICS group of countries — and what it means for the U.S.
Inventions in medical imaging, aircrew scheduling, data security, and quantum networking are named among the year’s most innovative new products.
The dataset, being collected as part of a US Coast Guard science mission, will be released open source to help advance naval mission planning and climate change studies.
Experts from MIT’s School of Engineering, Schwarzman College of Computing, and Sloan Executive Education educate national security leaders in AI fundamentals.
Award from the Center for International Studies supports women pursuing doctorates in international affairs.
Through the Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative, the US Department of Defense supports research projects in areas of critical importance to national defense.