MIT Digital Learning Lab advances quality digital learning on campus and globally.
Open-source software by MIT MAD Fellow Jonathan Zong and others in the MIT Visualization Group reveals online graphics’ embedded data in the user’s preferred degree of granularity.
By focusing on causal relationships in genome regulation, a new AI method could help scientists identify new immunotherapy techniques or regenerative therapies.
Grants fund studies of honeybee tracking, glass building materials, and defining excellence in human movement.
MIT spinout Kronos Bio, founded by Associate Professor Angela Koehler, studies the complex signaling networks of cancer cells to find new drug targets.
With the growing use of AI in many disciplines, the popularity of MIT’s four “blended” majors has intensified.
By analyzing epigenomic and gene expression changes that occur in Alzheimer’s disease, researchers identify cellular pathways that could become new drug targets.
Martin Luther King Jr. Visiting Professors and Scholars will enhance and enrich the MIT community through engagement with students and faculty.
MIT engineers and collaborators developed a solar-powered device that avoids salt-clogging issues of other designs.