“Carbon Queen” explores how the Institute Professor transformed our understanding of the physical world and made science and engineering more accessible to all.
Assistant dean for diversity, equity, and inclusion at the MIT School of Science answers three questions about the work ahead.
Professor and cognitive neuroscientist recognized for groundbreaking work on the functional organization of the human brain.
"A Lab of One’s Own" invites players to engage with archival materials in a virtual environment.
Overseeing business and research units across MIT Open Learning, Breazeal will focus on the future of digital technologies and their applications in education.
Gilda Barabino, president of Olin College of Engineering and professor of biomedical and chemical engineering, inaugurates the new series.
“There need to be more building blocks than the ones we know about,” says the particle physicist.
Gift will help establish the Vamasundari Devi Fellowship Fund to provide financial support to graduate students and the SuperUROP program, which provides undergraduates with two-semester research opportunities.
Summit features the latest research of women and other underrepresented genders in MIT EECS, along with an opportunity to network, share experiences, and learn.
Tenth annual US C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium focuses on equity and justice in the clean-energy transition.
Electrical engineer and Stanford University professor discusses how computer software can support advanced designs and new functionalities.