For a campus that prizes creative risk-taking, Independent Activities Period is a cultural touchstone.
Replacing daily pills with a weekly regimen could help patients stick to their dosing schedule.
New program offers alternative learning pathway to mastering fundamental skills needed for global manufacturing excellence and competitiveness.
With a product called SurgiBox, grad student Sally Miller hopes to make safe, clean surgery possible anywhere.
New model measures characteristics of carbon nanotube structures for energy storage and water desalination applications.
Dennis Orgill SM ’80, PhD ’83 applies mechanical engineering principles to the operating room.
Continuous-flow chemistry device used for drug production could find use in long-duration space missions.
New technique developed at MIT could produce strong, resilient nanofibers for many applications.
MIT senior and Marshall Scholar Nick Schwartz wants to solve the energy problem — and make people smile along the way.