Security studies and military
Driving drones can be a drag
November 14, 2012Study shows distractions may alleviate boredom and improve drone operators’ performance.
MIT Lean Advancement Initiative awarded $8 million for post-traumatic stress innovations project
April 13, 2012To develop innovative recommendations for transforming the military psychological health care system related to PTSD.
Political science PhD candidate Christopher Clary helping to shape U.S. defense policy
March 5, 2012
Lee Davenport, researcher at the Radiation Laboratory during World War II, dies at 95
October 4, 2011
Andrew Bacevich on Washington Rules: America's Path to Permanent War
October 18, 2010Presented by the Center for International Studies Starr Forum
3 Questions: George Shultz on nuclear disarmament
October 18, 2010The former secretary of state (and former MIT professor) discusses his ongoing campaign to rid the world of nuclear weapons.
Zwierlein a winner of DARPA’s Young Faculty Award competition
August 16, 2010Will receive two-year research grant of approximately $300,000
In Profile: Missy Cummings
April 5, 2010Former U.S. Naval fighter pilot aims to improve how humans and computers interact.
Also labeled: Aeronautical and astronautical engineering, Computer science and technology, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), Education, teaching, academics, Electrical engineering and electronics, Engineering Systems, Faculty, Mechanical engineering, Artificial intelligence
3 Questions: Kosta Tsipis on nuclear proliferation
February 3, 2009
Far from perfect
October 27, 2008With election days away, Stewart charts progress of U.S. voting security
Sniffing out success
September 29, 2008MIT engineers mass-produce smell receptors in lab; 'artificial noses' to follow?
Panel to address foreign challenges awaiting next president
September 16, 2008
MIT Lincoln LaboratoryÂ software aims to thwart cyber hackers
August 27, 2008
Also labeled: Computer science and technology