Taking the guesswork out of dental care with artificial intelligence

June 24, 2022

MIT alumni-founded Overjet analyzes and annotates dental X-rays to help dentists offer more comprehensive care.

Collin Stultz named co-director and MIT lead of the Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology

June 23, 2022

MIT professor will leverage his research into machine learning and computer science, as well as his role as a practicing cardiologist, toward educating clinician-scientists and engineers.

Last-minute pivot leads to record-setting Microsystems Annual Research Conference

March 21, 2022

Virtual conference gathered students, faculty, and industry partners to explore the future of microsystems and nanotechnology.

Seeing into the future: Personalized cancer screening with artificial intelligence

February 4, 2022

Scientists demonstrate that AI-risk models, paired with AI-designed screening policies, can offer significant and equitable improvements to cancer screening.

Machine-learning system flags remedies that might do more harm than good

December 13, 2021

The system could help physicians select the least risky treatments in urgent situations, such as treating sepsis.

Lawrence Frishkopf, expert in communications biophysics, dies at 90.

August 12, 2021

Lawrence Frishkopf, Professor of EECS, Emeritus, died on June 25th, 2021, one day before his 91st birthday. An area chair in the department, Frishkopf was affiliated with both

Four researchers earn interdisciplinary Schmidt Science Fellowships

June 25, 2021

Left to right: Álvaro Fernández Galiana, Fatima Hussain, Sirma Orguc, and Rebecca Pinals have been named as Schmidt Science Fellows, an honor created in 2017 to encourage young

Developing drones to address pandemic-related challenges in Scandinavia

June 23, 2021

Lars Erik Matsson Fagernæs, Bernhard Paus Græsdal, and Herman Øie Kolden (l-r) met in Cambridge, Massachusetts, during orientation for an MIT Professional Education program in 2019. In 2020,


A safer way to deploy bacteria as environmental sensors

April 8, 2021

MIT engineers have devised a way to encapsulate bacterial sensors into a tough hydrogel sphere, which prevents them from interacting with other microbes in the environment. Image: Christine

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An IAP class in four-part harmony

March 9, 2021

Left to right: Jiaxing Liu, Alex Wang, Jeana Choi, and Jeff Chow of the MIT Chamber Music Society organized the IAP class “Classical Music in the Social Media