Michael Liebreich sees shift to cleaner energy as inevitable
January 17, 2013Chief executive officer of Bloomberg New Energy Finance says clean energy will eventually be the norm.
Sanergy, led by Legatum Center alumni fellows, wins social innovation award
December 5, 2012Aims to develop sustainable sanitation services in urban slums
3 Questions: Andrew Lo on JP Morgan’s multibillion-dollar trading loss
May 30, 2012MIT financial markets expert addresses the need for better risk management — and a simple way to tell if JP Morgan’s failed gamble was a trade or a hedge.
Marwan Hussein SDM '12: Complexity and Interplanetary Space Systems
March 18, 2012
Former mining CEO: China growth will continue, Africa the ‘next battle for natural resources’
September 15, 2011Agnelli speaks at Sloan as part of Dean’s Innovative Leader Series
Japan’s supply chain ripple effects
April 14, 2011MIT researchers assess how the crisis has affected the flow of goods to and from the island nation.
In the World: Turning waste into profit
November 19, 2010Students aim to improve Kenyan slum-dwellers’ access to basic sanitation — and generate renewable energy and jobs along the way.
U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear appeal in intellectual-property suit
November 1, 2010MIT had filed amicus brief in case supporting Stanford University and university technology transfer generally.
Siebel Foundation announces 2011 Siebel Scholars at MIT
September 28, 2010
MIT Sloan launches new Executive MBA Program for high-potential leaders
June 1, 2010Application deadline for first cohort is Aug. 15, 2010
All in the family: MIT Sloan becoming home for the Hatamis
May 7, 2010Third sibling to receive his MBA this spring; follows his older brother and younger sister.
MIT to file amicus brief in intellectual-property case
April 22, 2010Institute will support Stanford in asking U.S. Supreme Court to review dispute that could undermine technology-transfer system.
Graduate student’s business storms the cinema lighting industry
January 12, 2010Nuclear Science and Engineering graduate student Michael Short is quickly becoming a leader in the cinema lighting industry with his business, the LEDStorm On-Camera Light, which he designed and built in the MIT Hobby Shop.
How to encourage big ideas
December 9, 2009A new study suggests certain types of funding — which provide more freedom and focus less on near-term results — lead to more innovative and influential research.
Reporter’s Notebook: Emergency measures
December 9, 2009For drowning surfers, fallen bicyclists and injured mountaineers, students in MIT’s 2.009 class devise products that could save lives.
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