Women in STEM
Physicists Tracy Slatyer and Netta Engelhardt and mathematicians Lisa Piccirillo and Nina Holden PhD ’18 are honored by the Breakthrough Prize Foundation.
Studying history has made her a better planetary scientist, Minsky says. And studying science has made her a better historian.
WiDS Cambridge, co-hosted by the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society, recognizes and empowers women in STEM across a variety of disciplines.
Picower Institute researchers are advancing their work in many ways despite time away from the lab required to corral Covid-19.
MIT postoc and WISDM founder reflects on her role models and the Institute's innovation and entrepreneurship community.
Knowledge in both a technical and humanistic field prepares her to make new tools in computational linguistics.
Participating MIT students make history by taking all top five spots — the first time this has happened for any school.
MIT seniors will pursue graduate studies at Cambridge University.
The annual award recognizes young leaders in engineering and aerospace.