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Making computer science research more accessible in India

Making computer science research more accessible in India

Passionate about creating educational opportunities in India, PhD student Siddhartha Jayanti recently explored multiprocessor speed limits, in a paper written in the Indian language Telugu.

Paying it forward

Paying it forward

When she’s not analyzing data about her favorite biomolecule, senior Sherry Nyeo focuses on improving the undergraduate experience at MIT.

Exploring the rich traditions of Brazilian music

Exploring the rich traditions of Brazilian music

Students studying the Portuguese language pair with musicians for special event at Lewis Library.

“This is the type of life that I want”

“This is the type of life that I want”

Poet, student advocate, and math/physics double-major Catherine Ji is living boldly at MIT.

A global lab for teaching and practicing synthetic biology

A global lab for teaching and practicing synthetic biology

A pandemic-fueled transformation of the MIT course MAS.S64 (How to Grow (Almost) Anything) leads to next steps in democratizing synthetic biology.

Gaining real-world industry experience through Break Through Tech AI at MIT

Gaining real-world industry experience through Break Through Tech AI at MIT

A new experiential learning opportunity challenges undergraduates across the Greater Boston area to apply their AI skills to a range of industry projects.

Compassion in the details

Compassion in the details

The late MIT Professor Angelika Amon was recognized as Committed to Caring for her generous and encompassing mentorship.

Startups take root in senior capstone class

Startups take root in senior capstone class

Over the years, dozens of student products from Class 2.009 (Product Engineering Processes) have inspired startups.

Engineering in harmony

Engineering in harmony

AeroAstro major and accomplished tuba player Frederick Ajisafe relishes the community he has found in the MIT Wind Ensemble.

Looking to the past to prepare for an uncertain future

Looking to the past to prepare for an uncertain future

Using sand and rock, MIT senior Aviva Intveld tells stories of ancient climates.

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