MIT’s LEAP at MIT.nano is the first in a network to advance manufacturing for the state.
New program strives to bridge the talent gap for underrepresented groups in the tech industry.
The programs are designed to foster an understanding of how artificial intelligence technologies work, including their social implications.
In collaboration with industry representatives, Momentum students tackle wildfire suppression and search-and-rescue missions while building soft skills.
The Practical Education Network cultivates a version of MIT’s hands-on teaching methodology in low-resource communities.
John Cohn and Franz-Josef Ulm, along with 19 additional MIT alumni, are honored for significant contributions to engineering research, practice, and education.
Senior Heidi Li strives to help local communities understand how they can influence policymaking to achieve a more sustainable future.
Overseeing business and research units across MIT Open Learning, Breazeal will focus on the future of digital technologies and their applications in education.
MIT computer scientists and mathematicians offer an introductory computing and career-readiness program for incarcerated women in New England.