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Three MIT seniors awarded 2018 Marshall Scholarships
Three MIT seniors awarded 2018 Marshall Scholarships

Nick Schwartz, Olivia Zhao, and Liang Zhou will pursue graduate studies in the United Kingdom.

Study sheds light on turbulence in astrophysical plasmas
Study sheds light on turbulence in astrophysical plasmas

Theoretical analysis uncovers new mechanisms in plasma turbulence.

Building the hardware for the next generation of artificial intelligence
Building the hardware for the next generation of artificial intelligence

Class taught by Vivienne Sze and Joel Emer brings together traditionally separate disciplines for advances in deep learning.

Harnessing a “meritocracy of great ideas”
Harnessing a “meritocracy of great ideas”

Using a broad design approach, students are developing and evaluating changes to the first-year undergraduate experience.

Vivienne Sze receives Engineering Emmy Award
Vivienne Sze receives Engineering Emmy Award

Associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science was part of a group that earned acclaim for work on a new video compression standard.

MIT's AIM Photonics Academy looks to expand
MIT's AIM Photonics Academy looks to expand

Recent Stonehill College meeting puts laser focus on plan to grow and enhance regional integrated photonics education and training.

AeroAstro announces graduate fellowships for women and other underrepresented students
AeroAstro announces graduate fellowships for women and other underrepresented students

With the goal of increasing diversity in the next generation of aerospace engineers, the MIT Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AeroAstro) has created a pool of graduate fellowships designated for women and other underrepresented students. Th...

Celebrating Millie
Celebrating Millie

Symposium commemorates the life and career of pioneering professor and beloved mentor Mildred Dresselhaus.

New 3-D printer is 10 times faster than commercial counterparts
New 3-D printer is 10 times faster than commercial counterparts

New design may open new opportunities for 3-D-printing technology.

Turning emissions into fuel
Turning emissions into fuel

MIT-developed method converts carbon dioxide into useful compounds.

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