Big medical data
January 25, 2013At the intersection of medicine and computer science, researchers look for clinically useful correlations amid mountains of information.
Also labeled: Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (eecs), Big data, Medical data mining, Engineering Health, Institute for Medical Engineering and Science (IMES), Computer science and technology, Health care, Health sciences and technology, Medicine, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
The robotic equivalent of a Swiss army knife
November 30, 2012Reconfigurable robot a step toward something that can become almost anything.
UC Berkeley joins edX
July 24, 2012UC Berkeley joins Harvard and MIT not-for-profit online-learning collaborative; edX broadens free course offerings into public health, computer science and solid-state chemistry; opens registration
Unlocking the key to human intelligence
October 19, 2011
MERS tackles the human-robot divide
October 11, 2011
June 6, 2011Graduate student Mario Bollini of Professor Daniela Rus' Distributed Robotics Lab is currently programming the PR2 robot to bake chocolate chip cookies.
Honing household helpers
May 26, 2011MIT computer scientists work toward improving robots’ ability to plan and perform complex actions, domestically and elsewhere.
Speeding swarms of sensor robots
May 3, 2011A new algorithm ensures that robotic environmental sensors will be able to focus on areas of interest without giving other areas short shrift.
Flying like the birds
April 9, 2011Multidisciplinary university research initiative, led by a CSAIL researcher, is developing a bird-sized UAV.
iRobot to the rescue
March 28, 2011CSAIL spinoff sends robotic aid to Japan
A hop, skip and a jump on the moon — and beyond
August 18, 2010Team envisions robotic spacecraft that can explore hard-to-reach areas on the moon and other planetary bodies by hopping.
3 Questions: Nicholas Roy on deploying drones in U.S. skies
July 22, 2010MIT robotics expert discusses the logistical hurdles of regulating unmanned aircraft for civilian use.
A plane that lands like a bird
July 20, 2010An innovative control system allows a foam glider to touch down on a perch or a wire like a pet parakeet.
Robotic therapy helps stroke patients regain function
April 19, 2010MIT robots can deliver high-intensity interactive physical therapy.
In Profile: Missy Cummings
April 5, 2010Former U.S. Naval fighter pilot aims to improve how humans and computers interact.
Also labeled: Aeronautical and astronautical engineering, Computer science and technology, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), Education, teaching, academics, Electrical engineering and electronics, Engineering Systems, Faculty, Mechanical engineering, Security studies and military
Explained: Linear and nonlinear systems
February 26, 2010Much scientific research across a range of disciplines tries to find linear approximations of nonlinear behaviors. But what does that mean?
Flight of fancy
December 3, 2009Using an autonomous mini-helicopter, an MIT team stunned the Association for Unmanned Vehicles International by solving one of its notoriously tough challenges on the first try.
'Bother bots' win the day
May 8, 2009Annual 2.007 robot competition features good defense
Robots on a recycling rampage
May 1, 2009Student projects compete in annual event