In the five years since my “Meltdown” blog post, I’ve changed a lot—and so has MIT.
Economist Catherine Wolfram, PhD ’96, puts assumptions about energy use to the test.
Michael Strano set off hydrogen-fueled rockets as a kid. Today his lab is developing nanosensors, bionic plants, nanoscale ice wires, and a brand-new source of energy.
Conflicting social narratives help explain why voters overlooked Trump’s sexism.
The MIT professor who helped pioneer nanoscience and launched a new field of energy research.
Deep-learning machines can make faces look older but often lose their identity in the process. Now computer scientists have solved this problem.
Researchers have directly tested two competing quantum computing technologies against each other for the first time.
Smartphones are driving premiums upward—and semi-autonomous driving systems may do the same.
The earbuds of the future let you manipulate all kinds of noise. They’re a work in progress, though.