New experiments reveal previously unseen effects, could lead to new kinds of electronics and optical devices.
Injectable nanogel can monitor blood-sugar levels and secrete insulin when needed.
New hardware could lead to wireless devices that identify and exploit unused transmission frequencies, using radio spectrum much more efficiently.
Findings may offer a new way to kill cancer cells by forcing them into an alternative programmed-death pathway.
MIT study identifies influenza viruses circulating in pigs and birds that could pose a risk to humans.
Cirrus clouds form around mineral dust and metallic particles, study finds.
A population-level study discovers small-scale details about individuals’ choices.
After years of research into global production systems, an MIT political scientist is convinced that government, not just the private sector, must help keep workers safe.
Study: Health insurance helps lower-income Americans avoid depression, diabetes, major financial shocks.
A combination of crowdsourcing and computer vision could identify individuals within endangered populations.
Drs. Rebecca Richards-Kortum and Maria Oden Win $100,000 Lemelson-MIT Award for Global Innovation for Inventions Developed in Collaboration with University Students
$30,000 Lemelson-MIT collegiate student prizes awarded to inventive students at three leading universities
16 high school teams awarded up to $10,000 in grants to bring invention ideas to life.
$30,000 Lemelson-MIT Collegiate Student Prizes awarded to inventive students at three leading universities.
Undergraduate financial aid increase of 4.7 percent will cushion 3.25 percent increase in tuition.
$3 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will fund development
Creates the Simons Center for the Social Brain
MIT alumnus brings 20 years of experience at Fidelity, Deloitte.
Newly named and redesigned center to foster entrepreneurship at the school and around the world
MIT, Lawrence Berkeley launch new tool to calculate properties of new materials