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Processing waste biomass to reduce airborne emissions
Processing waste biomass to reduce airborne emissions

MIT spinoff Takachar converts agricultural waste into clean-burning fuel, and wins Earthshot Prize.

MIT AgeLab awards five scholarships to students who further intergenerational connections
MIT AgeLab awards five scholarships to students who further intergenerational connections

OMEGA scholarships encourage bonds between younger and older adults.

Breaking through the mucus barrier
Breaking through the mucus barrier

A capsule that tunnels through mucus in the GI tract could be used to orally administer large protein drugs such as insulin.

Investigating at the interface of data science and computing
Investigating at the interface of data science and computing

Guy Bresler builds mathematical models to understand multifaceted, interdisciplinary engineering problems that have far-reaching applications.

Neurodegenerative disease can progress in newly identified patterns
Neurodegenerative disease can progress in newly identified patterns

A machine-learning method finds patterns of health decline in ALS, informing future clinical trial designs and mechanism discovery. The technique also extends to Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

New program to support translational research in AI, data science, and machine learning
New program to support translational research in AI, data science, and machine learning

The MIT-Pillar AI Collective will cultivate prospective entrepreneurs and drive innovation.

Q&A: Global challenges surrounding the deployment of AI
Q&A: Global challenges surrounding the deployment of AI

Aleksander Madry, Asu Ozdaglar, and Luis Videgaray, co-chairs of the AI Policy Forum, discuss key issues facing the AI policy landscape today.

MIT engineers build a battery-free, wireless underwater camera
MIT engineers build a battery-free, wireless underwater camera

The device could help scientists explore unknown regions of the ocean, track pollution, or monitor the effects of climate change.

MIT welcomes the 2022 incoming graduate students
MIT welcomes the 2022 incoming graduate students

Graduate Student Council introduces new grad students to MIT with information, community, and interactive activities.

Soft robots that grip with the right amount of force
Soft robots that grip with the right amount of force

Researchers created a system that lets robots effectively use grasped tools with the correct amount of force.

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