Hewlett-Packard’s ambitious plan to reinvent computing will begin with the release of a prototype operating system next year.
Robert Desimone, head of MIT’s McGovern Institute for Brain Research, thinks breakthroughs in understanding mental illness are just around the corner.
A portable pill scanner invented by Ívar Helgason, SM ’08, María Rúnarsdóttir, MBA ’08, and Gauti Reynisson, MBA ’10, flags medication mistakes at the hospital bedside.
593 students walk into a gallery—and go home with a work of art.
In 1933, nine MIT students took a camping trip through Europe – the first of an annual series that was destined to be short-lived.
See what happens when you give Nobel laureates crayons.
Other requirements may come and go, but you still can’t graduate without knowing how to swim.
Alumni, students celebrate 40 years of tango and waltz.
Menlo Park, California
An MIT economist presents a guidebook for doing research in the real world.