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MIT J-WAFS announces 2022 seed grant recipients
MIT J-WAFS announces 2022 seed grant recipients

The grants total over $1 million in support of research that addresses issues in the water and food sectors.

Researchers unveil a secret of stronger metals
Researchers unveil a secret of stronger metals

Study shows what happens when crystalline grains in metals reform at nanometer scales, improving metal properties.

Artificial intelligence predicts patients’ race from their medical images
Artificial intelligence predicts patients’ race from their medical images

Study shows AI can identify self-reported race from medical images that contain no indications of race detectable by human experts.

Thirteen from MIT awarded 2022 Fulbright Fellowships
Thirteen from MIT awarded 2022 Fulbright Fellowships

Fulbright US Student Program funds opportunities for research, graduate study, and teaching abroad.

Charting a safe course through a highly uncertain environment
Charting a safe course through a highly uncertain environment

A new technique can safely guide an autonomous robot without knowledge of its environmental conditions or the size, shape, or location of obstacles it might encounter.

Living better with algorithms
Living better with algorithms

Graduate student Sarah Cen explores the interplay between humans and artificial intelligence systems, to help build accountability and trust.

Can artificial intelligence overcome the challenges of the health care system?
Can artificial intelligence overcome the challenges of the health care system?

MIT and Mass General Brigham researchers and physicians connect in person to bring AI into mainstream health care.

Student robot competition honors the legacy of the late beloved professor, Woodie Flowers
Student robot competition honors the legacy of the late beloved professor, Woodie Flowers

In person for the first time in three years, the 2.007 (Design and Manufacturing I) Robot Competition celebrated its founder.

On the road to cleaner, greener, and faster driving
On the road to cleaner, greener, and faster driving

Researchers use artificial intelligence to help autonomous vehicles avoid idling at red lights.

Is it neuroscience? Chemistry? Art? Wulff Lecture shows versatility, diversity in materials science
Is it neuroscience? Chemistry? Art? Wulff Lecture shows versatility, diversity in materials science

Professor Polina Anikeeva’s innovation in the treatment of neurological disorders highlights the interdisciplinary nature of her field.

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