The MIT spinout Silverthread helps companies transform complex codebases into modular systems that can be changed or updated without headaches.
Open-source software by MIT MAD Fellow Jonathan Zong and others in the MIT Visualization Group reveals online graphics’ embedded data in the user’s preferred degree of granularity.
MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center will receive DoE support to improve access to fusion data and increase workforce diversity.
MIT Energy Initiative spinoff Waya Energy helps countries work toward universal access to electricity.
Unique barcodes scannable in a mobile application will enable food-aid stakeholders to follow individual items from production through delivery.
Jeff Wilke SM '93, former CEO of Amazon’s Worldwide Consumer business, brings his LGO playbook to his new mission of revitalizing manufacturing in the U.S.
Developed at MIT, D2X is a new tool that makes it easy to debug any domain-specific programming language.
Codon compiles Python code to run more efficiently and effectively while allowing for customization and adaptation to various domains.
The Advanced Computing Users Survey, sampling sentiments from 120 top-tier universities, national labs, federal agencies, and private firms, finds the decline in America’s advanced computing lead spans many areas.
“MIT Illuminations,” a colorful installation and introduction to creative computation, is now open in Kendall Square
Located in the new MIT Welcome Center in Building E38, the installation expresses the dynamic, vibrant culture of MIT through the medium of programmable light.
Two Lincoln Laboratory software products honored with national Excellence in Technology Transfer Awards
Cloud security and video forensics software have been transitioned to end users.