2.009 lights up the stage
Student projects presented at the annual MIT event range from beekeeping safety to custom cosmetics.
This object-recognition dataset stumped the world’s best computer vision models
Objects are posed in varied positions and shot at odd angles to spur new AI techniques.
Fostering forward momentum
Thomas Kochan, Julie Shah, and Evelyn Wang honored by graduate students as "Committed to Caring."
Intelligent Towing Tank propels human-robot-computer research
A novel experimental facility integrates automation and active learning, illuminating a path to accelerated scientific discovery.
Two MIT seniors named 2020 Marshall Scholars
Talya Klinger and Steven Truong will begin graduate studies in the UK next fall.
Schools of Science and Engineering join hands to transform learning
In 8.02 (Electricity and Magnetism), students explore the practical application of electromagnetic concepts.
Planning for death, as a way to improve life
Startup co-founded by alumna Suelin Chen helps people share their end-of-life wishes with loved ones.
Using computers to view the unseen
A new computational imaging method could change how we view hidden information in scenes.
Understanding the impact of deep-sea mining
Mining materials from the sea floor could help secure a low-carbon future, but researchers are racing to understand the environmental effects.
There’s excitement in the air for Humberto Caldelas
The AeroAstro major’s childhood love of airplanes and space travel has led to lofty career ambitions.