MIT professor discusses the US surgeon general’s recent advisory and why scrolling social media can lead to depression and anxiety.
The founders of MIT spinout Active Surfaces describe their thin-film solar technology and their experience winning this year’s $100K.
A new podcast series from MIT’s Teaching Systems Lab explores the laws and cultural divisions presenting new challenges for educators.
Professor Fotini Christia, director of the MIT Sociotechnical Systems Research Center and chair of the International Advisory Committee, reflects on the committee’s work.
The MIT professor’s new book explores the world of a woman set free from prison and redefining herself in society.
MIT postdoc Ziv Epstein SM ’19, PhD ’23 discusses issues arising from the use of generative AI to make art and other media.
As the inaugural director, Luu envisions the center as a resource that will complement faculty advising and support the “whole student” during their entire undergraduate career.
The Brazilian social justice reporter is a fellow at the MIT Center for International Studies.
Aeronautics and astronautics major Theo St. Francis describes his studies of Portuguese and travels to Brazil.
Developing a new neuroscience model is no small feat. New faculty member Brady Weissbourd has risen to the challenge in order to study nervous system evolution, development, regeneration, and function.
Assistant Professor César Terrer and recent visiting student Stephen Bell describe how agricultural lands that are no longer productive could play an important role in carbon sequestration.