The faculty, post-docs, graduate students, undergraduates, and other researchers that comprise the engineering community at MIT are singularly dedicated to the development of ideas, processes, materials, and devices that will improve the lives of people throughout the world.
The School of Engineering’s many departments, divisions, labs, and research centers collectively generate more than $350 million in sponsored research every year—and they define the future of science and technology.
Red blood cells, dengue fever and greenhouses have been on MIT senior Paula Trepman’s mind as she tackles problems in global health care.
Injectable nanogel can monitor blood-sugar levels and secrete insulin when needed.
Startup accelerator includes eight MIT student teams as well as teams from six international universities.
New hardware could lead to wireless devices that identify and exploit unused transmission frequencies, using radio spectrum much more efficiently.
Using analog computation circuits, MIT engineers design cells that can compute logarithms, divide and take square roots.