Princeton Review names MIT a top school for video game design
March 7, 2012Undergraduate and graduate programs both lauded.
Political science PhD candidate Christopher Clary helping to shape U.S. defense policy
March 5, 2012
In the World: How rainwater can meet clean-water needs
March 5, 2012Rainfall can provide an alternative to polluted groundwater in developing countries, but systems are needed to keep it clean.
MISTI Global Seed Funds 2011-2012 winners announced
February 22, 2012
Paola Cappellaro wins AFOSR Young Investigator Award
February 15, 2012Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering assistant professor is investigating a bottom-up approach to quantum information devices.
Jens Hainmueller: A 'numbers' guy takes on pressing public policy issues
February 15, 2012Political science associate professor ties together qualitative and quantitative ways of thinking about politics and society.
MIT and SUTD open International Design Centre
February 9, 2012Aims to become the world’s premier scholarly hub for technologically intensive design.
Olesnavage wins 2012 Dean A. Horn Award
February 3, 2012Undergraduate lays the groundwork for detection of submarine groundwater discharge in Cyprus.
MIT faculty speak at the World Economic Forum in Davos
February 1, 2012Talks explore the mind/machine interface and the science of predicting the economy, among other topics.
Boyden named inaugural recipient of IET’s Harvey Engineering Research Prize
January 6, 2012Honored for his pioneering research contributions to the field of optogenetics, in which neurons are genetically modified to respond to light.
What is MITx?
December 19, 2011Answering common questions about the Institute’s new approach to online education.
Gene Chamberlain, longtime MIT staff member, dies at 91
December 15, 2011Worked in MIT’s International Students Office for 32 years
Perreau receives Newton Fellowship from the British Academy
December 12, 2011Receives research associate appointment from Cambridge University
In the World: Fostering entrepreneurship in developing nations
December 12, 2011In 11 years, MIT’s Accelerating Information Technology Innovation (AITI) program has trained more than 1,500 budding entrepreneurs in seven countries.
MIT-Spain's Balcells, Perez-Breva recognized by Spanish governmentSubscribe
December 5, 2011Program co-founders honored for improving scientific, academic collaboration.