Aeronautical and astronautical engineering
Research update: SPHERES to get powerful magnets and goggles
August 2, 2012New wireless power and camera setups will expand the mini-satellites’ vision and navigation capabilities.
New aircraft capable of fast, accurate and repeatable flight
July 26, 2012CSAIL's Robot Locomotion Group unveils new computer-controlled aircraft that can perform knife-edge turns.
School of Engineering to explore collaboration with ITA
April 10, 2012Six-month evaluation will examine the feasibility of a collaboration.
Robots go head to head, 250 miles above Earth
January 25, 2012Third annual Zero Robotics competition pits robots against each other on the International Space Station.
MIT faculty see promise in American manufacturing
January 25, 2012Study group is tackling hard questions about what it will take to stoke renewal.
MIT professor, former astronaut Hoffman named to NSBRI Board of Directors
December 29, 2011
Four from MIT named AAAS fellows
December 9, 2011
MERS tackles the human-robot divide
October 11, 2011
MIT paper wins award at International Conference on Engineering Design
August 22, 2011Alumnus Michael Pasqual and professor Olivier de Weck win ‘Reviewers’ Favorite’ award
De Weck and co-authors win best paper award
June 17, 2011Research grew out of multi-year collaboration between MIT and Xerox
Moving inventions to the marketplace
June 16, 2011MIT/Harvard symposium seeks commercial opportunities for emerging technologies.
Peraire named head of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
June 1, 2011Computational aerodynamics specialist succeeds Ian Waitz, who was named dean of engineering
Hoffman honored by Harvard Graduate School of Arts and SciencesSubscribe
May 26, 2011Professor of the Practice in aeronautics and astronautics receives Centennial Medal.