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Computer and data science graduates learned to forge their own destinies while gaining employable skills. [Read More]
A new graduate certificate offered through the Bernard M. Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership Program will launch this fall. [Read More]
MIT students train teams in Ghana and Uganda for the International Mathematical Olympiad through MISTI-Africa. [Read More]
MIT cryptography expert and election technology developer explains how to verify an election outcome. [Read More]
Weather's a problem for autonomous cars. MIT's new system shows promise by using "ground-penetrating radar" instead of cameras or lasers. [Read More]
Ciara Sivels '13 takes unusual path to a research career in nuclear engineering for national security. [Read More]
New members have made advances in computer architecture, network coding, ocean engineering, higher education, and quantum computation. [Read More]
Study identifies a transition in the strong nuclear force that illuminates the structure of a neutron star's core. [Read More]
Our experts weigh in on market implications from California's new consumer privacy act. [Read More]
System ensures hackers eavesdropping on large networks can't find out who's communicating and when they're doing so. [Read More]
Tech-based solutions sought for challenges in work environments, education for girls and women, maternal and newborn health, and sustainable food. [Read More]
Students expand intellectual horizons and leadership skills at dinner-seminars with MIT faculty.  ... [Read More]
Effective teams depend on mutually reinforcing functional and cultural change processes. [Read More]
High-scoring 100&Change applications featured in Bold Solutions Network. [Read More]
Aerogels for solar devices and windows are more transparent than glass. [Read More]
Whisk-shaped device absorbs trace contaminants, preserves them in dry state that can be shipped to labs for analysis. [Read More]
Companies using e-commerce sites like Amazon must work to maintain a strong brand identity. [Read More]
Most materials have a fixed ability to conduct heat, but applying voltage to this thin film changes its thermal properties drastically. [Read More]
MIT students teach machine learning and entrepreneurship in Uruguay through MIT Global Startup Labs. [Read More]
MIT duo uses music, videos, and real-world examples to teach students the foundations of artificial intelligence. [Read More]
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