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A passion for biomaterials inspires PhD candidate Eesha Khare to tackle climate change.
A student-run project is collecting messages from around the world, using nanotechnology to etch them on a disk, and sending the disk to the International Space Station.
Miles Johnson ’21, a recent graduate in mathematics and EECS, employed a strong dorm network and personal interests including rock climbing and jazz to complete a rich MIT experience.
The five-year award aims to empower “the most promising innovators in science and technology.”
Graduate student Ellen Zhong helped biologists and mathematicians reach across departmental lines to address a longstanding problem in electron microscopy.
A roundup of the latest news from the Office of the Vice Chancellor.
Provost Martin Schmidt appoints the professor of philosophy and former associate dean to the role, launches search committee.
The Institute’s five schools and the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing will have dedicated professional staff to advance initiatives locally and across the Institute.
Dean of SHASS will move to senior academic post overseeing student life at the Institute.
Students in STS.032 (Energy, Environment, and Society) learn about environmental and health consequences of discarded electronics.