The “Fast Forward” climate action plan laid out ambitious commitments. Now comes the harder part: making them happen.
Vice President for Campus Services and Stewardship Joe Higgins describes how MIT is tackling its Fast Forward campus carbon-reduction goals
At MIT, social networks with “weak ties,” which help foster new ideas, declined during the Covid-19 pandemic, researchers report.
An MIT-developed device with the appearance of a Wi-Fi router uses a neural network to discern the presence and severity of one of the fastest-growing neurological diseases in the world.
Mary Ellen Zurko pioneered user-centered security in the 1990s. Now she’s using those insights to help the nation thwart influence operations.
Caspar Hare, Georgia Perakis named associate deans of Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing
The faculty members will work together to advance the cross-cutting initiative of the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
New research ties inaccuracies in pulse oximeter readings to racial disparities in treatment and outcomes.
Distinguished professor and public history advocate will oversee open education offerings and campus-focused services.
The MIT Museum director describes how the museum is reinventing itself for the 21st century.
Using a randomized field experiment, researchers discover that Wikipedia articles affect judges’ legal reasoning.
“Interpretability methods” seek to shed light on how machine-learning models make predictions, but researchers say to proceed with caution.