Professors Alexander Slocum and Ioannis Yannas, along with alum Ellen Arruda PhD '92, David Boger ’83, Megan Smith ’86, and Mehmet Toner SM ’85 are among the latest members of the NAE.January 24, 2017 MIT Hyperloop team competes in SpaceX global competition
Team will be firing their concept pod along a 1-mile test track, potentially bringing the world closer to what CEO Elon Musk describes as a “fifth mode of transportation.”January 24, 2017 Tapping the hidden value of farm waste, while reducing harmful burn off
Ahmed Ghoniem develops mobile torrefaction technology that can convert biomass into clean-burning fuel, unlocking potential income for farmers.January 22, 2017 Building the mountain bike of wheelchairs
Amos Winter turns a class project into a mass-produced product that is helping people in developing countries.January 19, 2017 Two from MIT honored at World Technology Awards
Leonardo DiCaprio began 2016 by capturing his long-awaited Academy Award for Best Actor, but his year ended in defeat, thanks to MIT graduate student Maher Damak.Damak, a PhD candidate in the...
Just returning from 15 days living undersea as part of Fabien Cousteau's Mission 31 project, MechE alumna Grace Young '14 reflects on her experience.
MIT graduate student Katy Olesnavage redesigns the Jaipur Foot to create a high-value prosthesis at a low cost for those in need in developing countries.