MIT Solve program will equip people under 24 with resources to practice problem-solving, prioritizing experiential learning, accessibility, and community-building.
DELPHI, an artificial intelligence framework, can give an “early-alert” signal for future key technologies by learning from patterns gleaned from previous scientific publications.
Alumni-founded Multiply Labs uses an automated manufacturing platform to produce advanced treatments at scale.
The student pitch competition addressed a variety of problems expected to worsen with climate change.
The company’s software, based on work by co-founder and Professor Ed Crawley, expedites the process of home energy accreditation.
Kytopen is speeding up both discovery and delivery of engineered cell therapies with its transformative Flowfect platforms.
The MIT team’s project was one of seven pitched at the Rabobank-MIT Food and Agribusiness Innovation Prize competition.
KSQ Therapeutics uses technology created at MIT to study the role of every human gene in disease biology.
Leveraging years of MIT cognitive science research, Nara Logics incorporates findings about the brain into its AI platform.
Saha Global, co-founded by two MIT alumnae, helps Ghanaian women start profitable water treatment businesses to serve their communities.