Inauguration festivities off to a stimulating start
September 19, 2012Innovation symposium touches on a dizzying array of topics, with themes of interdisciplinary collaboration, energy and innovation for the developing world.
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What the past teaches: meeting today’s global environmental challenges
September 18, 2012Atmospheric science pioneer Susan Solomon speaks on past environmental accomplishments, technology’s role and how history should be our guide to meeting today’s global challenges.
Said and Done for September 2012
September 17, 2012Digest of MIT humanities, arts, and social sciences.
Fujimoto, Swanson awarded the 2012 António Champalimaud Vision Award
September 17, 2012Share honor with colleagues for pioneering work in the development of optical coherence tomography.
Harris to receive President’s Award from NOBCChE
September 14, 2012National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers to honor professor, associate provost on Sept. 28.
MIT's Man Vehicle Laboratory turns 50
September 13, 2012Celebrating anniversary with daylong symposium on Sept. 14
Four from MIT win NIH grants
September 13, 2012Brown, Gore, Ploegh and Zhang receive grants for innovative biomedical research.
Preview of an inauguration
September 11, 2012In addition to marking the beginning of L. Rafael Reif’s term as MIT’s 17th president, the festivities will celebrate the MIT community’s ethic of service.
QS ranking calls MIT the world’s top university
September 11, 2012QS World University Rankings also give the Institute top billing in 11 of 28 academic disciplines evaluated.
Q&A: Junot Díaz on his new book
September 10, 2012The MIT professor and Pulitzer-winning writer talks about the people and ideas in his newest work, This Is How You Lose Her — and explains why women form a big part of his core audience.
Study maps pollution’s pathway to the Arctic, sets path for future research
September 10, 2012MIT researchers have built a model that will be further developed as part of an NSF-funded project to track how chemicals get to remote Arctic environments.
Community invited to partake in, contribute to Inauguration 2012
September 7, 2012Several academic- and family-oriented free events scheduled for Sept. 19-22.
Predicting how patients respond to therapy
September 5, 2012Brain scans could help doctors choose treatments for people with social anxiety disorder.
Benson Rowell Snyder, former psychiatrist-in-chief at MIT, dies at 89
September 5, 2012
Jeffrey Steinfeld named ACS Fellow
August 29, 2012MIT chemist is one of 96 recognized for outstanding accomplishments in the field.
Connoisseur of chaos
August 28, 2012Where other roboticists try to suppress the complex dynamics of mechanical systems, Russ Tedrake exploits them, to make control more efficient and versatile.
Two MIT chemists win ACS awardsSubscribe
August 22, 2012Buchwald, Swager honored by the American Chemical Society