This hybrid human-machine system research attempts to augment human capability, alleviate mobility disability in locomotion, and incorporate wearable sensors and electronic textiles.
MIT partners with universities, research centers, industry, and the government in Portugal to educate future leaders and entrepreneurs in science and technology.
MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI) is MIT’s flagship international education program, matching MIT students with internship, research and teaching opportunities abroad.
The mathematical and computational techniques developed in this project will be used to design efficient and informative experiments to help optimize industrial biotechnology processes.
Researchers aim to develop magnetic nanoparticles into an industrially relevant technology, looking in particular at the purification of monoclonal antibodies from animal cell culture broths.
In this one-year program, Lisbon MBA students benefit from the collective wisdom of two of Portugal's top business schools and MIT Sloan.
This project seeks to leverage transportation innovations to promote desirable urban development patterns and travel outcomes.