Three MIT teams mess with Texas, take SXSW Accelerator by storm
March 19, 2012
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.
December 13, 2011By using optical equipment in a totally unexpected way, MIT researchers have created an imaging system that makes light look slow.
September news flashes from SA+P
October 6, 2011Updates on faculty, students and alumni from the School of Architecture + Planning
Classes and academic research help launch companies
October 3, 2011A variety of course offerings are devoted to spurring new ventures.
MIT launches new Center for Mobile Learning
September 9, 2011Receives initial funding from Google Education.
New Artificial Intelligence Hall of Fame inducts four MIT professors
August 24, 2011IEEE Computer Society magazine honors AI pioneers in inaugural Hall of Fame.
Daniel Schmidt, neurobiology postdoc, wins cancer fellowship
July 19, 2011Brain-tumor researcher named among 18 fellows
Ethan Zuckerman, cyberscholar and activist, to lead MIT Center for Civic Media
June 23, 2011He will direct MIT's influential group of technologists and academics committed to empowering communities around the globe by inventing and testing civic media tools and practices.
Of minds and machines
May 9, 2011Final installment of MIT’s 150th anniversary symposia explores intelligence — both human and artificial.
Pioneering filmmaker Richard Leacock, former MIT professor, dies at age 89
March 25, 2011Inventive MIT filmmaker helped create cinéma vérité style with path-breaking documentaries