New research quantifies how much very hot temperatures restrict outdoor activity in China.
University placements through MISTI aim to contribute to Africa’s growing research ecosystems.
Inaugural WORLDING workshops matched world-class climate story teams with relevant labs and researchers across MIT.
Nonabah Lane, Navajo educator and environmental sustainability specialist with numerous ties to MIT, dies at 46
Lane leaves a lasting legacy at the Institute and on tribal communities around the country.
The first African American to receive tenure at MIT, Jones championed greater diversity and inclusion at the Institute and beyond.
Winning project supports collaboration between public housing residents in New York City and a local nonprofit offering training for work in the digital economy.
New position paper calls for getting stakeholders involved in wind power projects from the start.
Mel King Community Fellows from MIT's Community Innovators Lab meet in Berlin to examine the German elder care model.
At MIT, social networks with “weak ties,” which help foster new ideas, declined during the Covid-19 pandemic, researchers report.