Two MIT scientists elected to the Institute of Medicine
October 18, 2011Sur, Tsai among the 65 new members
New MIT game research explores Singapore culture from the inside out
October 18, 2011
Fall Communications Forum explores local news, surveillance, cities and entertainment
October 14, 2011
MIT students to visit Washington to explore science policy careers
October 13, 2011New Federal Science Agency Visits program sends delegates to meet with scientists and policymakers at federal agencies to see science policy in practice.
3 Questions: Archon Fung on political science today
October 13, 2011
Analysis of 29 mammals reveals genomic ‘dark matter’
October 12, 2011Genomic comparison offers a new map for charting human disease and biology.
MIT Deshpande Center announces fall 2011 research grants
October 12, 2011Eight research teams receive $668,000 to develop new technological innovations
In Profile: Suzanne Berger
October 10, 2011A onetime student of French political history has become a leading figure in the battle to revive U.S. manufacturing.
In the World: Murmurs of Mayan
October 5, 2011MIT undergraduate travels to Mexico in hopes of documenting and preserving ancient linguistic phenomena — and the culture behind them.
‘Artificial leaf’ makes fuel from sunlight
September 29, 2011Solar cell bonded to recently developed catalyst can harness the sun, splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen.
Bulović named director of the Microsystems Technology Laboratories
September 28, 2011Assumes role previously held by Chandrakasan.
Schuh appointed head of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering
September 26, 2011Replaces interim department head Carl Thompson.
LGBT content and video games: MIT lab tackles the issue
September 22, 2011Popular games still haven’t shown they can handle lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender representations. Research at the Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab wants to change that.
Said and Done for September 2011
September 15, 2011The humanities, arts and social sciences monthly digest
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Boston Harbor Islands environmental monitoring effort aided by MIT Sea Grant interns
September 9, 2011Elledge and Matthews collect and contribute to larger effort to observe and define changes on the islands' shores.