The Thriving Stars of Data-Driven Medical Diagnoses: early-career women share their professional discoveries and personal journeys on the cutting edge of healthcare and medical technology
Early-career women share their professional discoveries and personal journeys on the cutting edge of healthcare and medical technology
“Engineering For Impact” takes on the Miami heat.
A collaboration between MIT and Miami-Dade County has students working with city planning officials to understand why people wait patiently for a bus–and why they bail.
Each year, staff, faculty, and student volunteers help make the graduation celebration special for all guests, including the occasional duckling.
The machine-learning algorithm identified a compound that kills Acinetobacter baumannii, a bacterium that lurks in many hospital settings.
Using data to write songs for progress
Senior Ananya Gurumurthy adds her musical talents to her math and computer science studies to advocate using data for social change.
Thirteen from MIT win 2023 Fulbright fellowships
The Fulbright US Student Program funds opportunities for research, graduate study, and teaching abroad.
The system they developed eliminates a source of bias in simulations, leading to improved algorithms that can boost the performance of applications.
A collaborative research team from the MIT-Takeda Program combined physics and machine learning to characterize rough particle surfaces in pharmaceutical pills and powders.
SoftZoo is a soft robot co-design platform that can test optimal shapes and sizes for robotic performance in different environments.
Jelena Notaros receives 2023 NSF CAREER Award
The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization.