Instructors: Michael Cima
Sep 8, 2015
Instructors: Chris Terman, Steve Ward, ​Silvina Hanono Wachman
Sep 1, 2015
2015 MPC-CMSE Summer Scholars are: (front row, l-r) Katharine Greco, Lena Barrett, Olivia Fiebig, Zhenni Lin, and Mariely Caraballo Santa; (back row, l-r) Christina Howe, Mohamed Ouarrak, Stephen Gibbs, Jahzeel Rosado Vega, Alexander Constable, Bart Machielse, Jonah Sengupta, Nathan Zhao, Lisa Savagian, Marc Napoleon, Gemma Topaz, Soo Son, and Latha Uthayakumar.
From igniting carbon fibers to freeze-drying hydrogels, MIT Summer Scholars learn pioneering scientific techniques during nine-week internships.
Aug 31, 2015
Professor Seth Lloyd
New professorship is a gift from MIT alumnus Hock Tan '75, SM '75.
Aug 31, 2015
Raoul Ouedraogo of the Advanced Sensors and Techniques Group sets up the coffee-can radar for display at the MIT Museum during the Cambridge Science Festival. The "do-it-yourself" radar acts as a Doppler radar as well as a synthetic aperture radar.
Lincoln Laboratory hosts hands-on activities for the Cambridge Science Festival
Aug 31, 2015
Justin Chen
PhD student Justin Chen magnifies minuscule vibrations in structures to detect damage.
Aug 27, 2015
Sow-Hsin Chen, emeritus professor of nuclear science and engineering
Nuclear science and engineering professor emeritus honored for novel uses of small-angle scattering in the study of matter.
Aug 27, 2015
Professor Emeritus Sidney Yip (left) and Professor Emerita Judith Jarvis Thomson
Professors emeritus Sidney Yip and Judith Jarvis Thomson honored for their continued innovations.
Aug 26, 2015
 MIT.nano, a new construction project in the center of campus, is among the most complex and ambitious capital projects in Institute history.
A how-it’s-made seminar series shines light on MIT.nano, an historic campus construction project.
Aug 26, 2015
Expanded learning opportunities for individuals around the world
Research from MIT and Harvard shows how to exploit and protect MOOC certification.
Aug 25, 2015
2015 Independent Activities Period embedded systems class
Embedded systems are dedicated computers that monitor and control mechanical/electrical systems in the physical world.
Aug 25, 2015
William Boyd (left) and Andrew Dykhuis
Graduate students William Boyd and Andrew Dykhuis of the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) have earned 2015 Innovations in Fuel Cycle Research Awards.
Aug 24, 2015
Crash Storage
Formally verified working file system could lead to computers guaranteed never to lose your data.
Aug 24, 2015
MultiFab (shown here) can print an unprecedented 10 different materials at once, far more inexpensively than traditional models, by using machine-vision and 3-D-scanning techniques that save time, energy, and money.
“MultiFab” 3-D prints a record 10 materials at once, no assembly required
Printer from Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab uses machine vision and 3-D scanning to self-correct and directly embed components.
Aug 24, 2015
Nicholas Roy
Nick Roy develops unmanned aerial vehicles that can operate autonomously in constrained spaces and unmapped environments.
Aug 24, 2015
A replica of Herreshoff’s steel schooner yacht Elena, originally built in 1896.
New MIT Museum exhibit to explore life and career of influential ship designer and alumnus Nathaniel Greene Herreshoff.
Aug 21, 2015
Office of Digital Learning
The Office of Digital Learning (ODL) has announced the recipients of its first MITx Grant Program.
Aug 20, 2015
Fat cells in the human body.
Researchers find pathway that controls metabolism by prompting fat cells to store or burn fat.
Aug 19, 2015
This diagram shows the layered structure analyzed for its magnetic properties. Yellow spheres represent tellurium atoms; light blue spheres represent antimony-bismuth; and black spheres represent sulfur. The black sphere with an arrow represents an atom of dopant, and green spheres with arrows show atoms of europium. Different colored arrows show various ways an europium ion can be affected by the interface between the materials: within the plane via Heisenberg interaction (orange), between the planes (gree
Findings could lead to a building block for future quantum computers, and a research tool for physics.
Aug 18, 2015
MIT Technology Review
MIT Technology Review revealed its annual 35 Innovators Under 35.
Aug 18, 2015
2015 Global Risk Maturity Survey
MIT Forum for Supply Chain Innovation and Infosys Global Risk Advisory Group survey aims to better understand how industry perceives risk and challenges.
Aug 18, 2015
Illustrations show the crystal structure of a superionic conductor. The backbone of the material is a body-centred cubic-like arrangement of sulphur anions. Lithium atoms are depicted in green, sulfur atoms in yellow, PS4 tetrahedra in purple, and GeS4 tetrahedra in blue. Researchers have revealed the fundamental relationship between anion packing and ionic transport in fast lithium-conducting materials.
New research paves the way for rechargeable batteries with almost indefinite lifetimes, researchers say.
Aug 17, 2015
 A cutaway view of the proposed ARC reactor. Thanks to powerful new magnet technology, the much smaller, less-expensive ARC reactor would deliver the same power output as a much larger reactor.
A small, modular, efficient fusion plant
New design could finally help to bring the long-sought power source closer to reality.
Aug 17, 2015
Coupled with a digital pen, new models from the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab can help detect dementia and other cognitive disorders earlier than ever before.
Could a pen change how we diagnose brain function?
Team from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab detects dementia using AI and a digital pen.
Aug 17, 2015