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Michael Short wins 2022 MIT Bose Award for Excellence in Teaching
Michael Short wins 2022 MIT Bose Award for Excellence in Teaching

The School of Engineering honors the associate professor of nuclear science and engineering for his experiential approach to teaching.

MIT research informs design of new coordination service for family caregivers
MIT research informs design of new coordination service for family caregivers

Program supports family caregivers with dedicated service coordinators based on learning from MIT's AgeLab.

Artificial intelligence model finds potential drug molecules a thousand times faster
Artificial intelligence model finds potential drug molecules a thousand times faster

A geometric deep-learning model is faster and more accurate than state-of-the-art computational models, reducing the chances and costs of drug trial failures.

The challenges and triumphs of the graduate experience
The challenges and triumphs of the graduate experience

Recent doctoral graduates from MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering reflect on how they overcame challenges during their time as graduate students.

MIT engineers design surfaces that make water boil more efficiently
MIT engineers design surfaces that make water boil more efficiently

Systems used in many industries could save energy through these new surface treatments.

Hurricane-resistant construction may be undervalued by billions of dollars annually
Hurricane-resistant construction may be undervalued by billions of dollars annually

Failing to consider neighborhood texture in hurricane-related wind loss models may undervalue stronger construction by over 80 percent.

A programming language for hardware accelerators
A programming language for hardware accelerators

Researchers created Exo for writing high-performance code on hardware accelerators.

Pursuing progress at the nanoscale
Pursuing progress at the nanoscale

Nuclear Systems Design Project students tackle the real problem of bringing small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) technology to campus.

MIT design for Mars propellant production trucks wins NASA competition
MIT design for Mars propellant production trucks wins NASA competition

BART and MARGE will reliably produce, store, and distribute 50 tons of rocket fuel per year on the surface of Mars.

Five with MIT ties win 2022 Hertz Foundation Fellowships
Five with MIT ties win 2022 Hertz Foundation Fellowships

Award provides five years of funding and access to a community of innovative scholars and leaders in science and technology.

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