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Members of the MIT community are making groundbreaking discoveries on the frontiers of knowledge — wherever those frontiers might be.
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3 Questions: Claude Grunitzky MBA ’12 on launching TRUE Africa University
Startup, Saha Global (started by two MIT alums), empowers women in Ghana’s Northern Region to improve access to safe drinking water.
Startup, change:WATER Labs, was founded by two MIT research scientists. It’s goal is to improve sanitation for the world’s most vulnerable people.
Richard Samuels, the director of the MIT Center for International Studies, offered the first broad assessment on Japan’s response to their March 11, 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown.
Oral history project allows MIT students to dig deep into the longstanding connection between the Institute and South Asia.
MISTI works with hundreds of leading companies, research institutes, universities, and NGOs around the world, and the list keeps growing.
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MIT-Denmark launches Green Campus Challenge to imagine a new, sustainable campus, with international collaboration at the center.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte of the Netherlands visited MIT on Friday, taking an innovation-oriented campus tour with a focus on computing and robotics.
There are a total of 21 MIT-Affiliated Nobel Laureates from Europe, including alumni, long-term academic staff, and short-term academic staff.
MIT students teach machine learning and entrepreneurship in Uruguay through MIT Global Startup Labs.
IDSS will provide support to learners who take the MicroMasters Program in Statistics and Data Science.
On Aug. 4, the third-largest non-nuclear blast the world has ever seen shook the city of Beirut, Lebanon.
MISTI launches new seed fund in Jordan as part of MIT-Arab World program.
There were 165 international scholars from the Middle East during July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020, out of a total of 2,237 international scholars from over 93 different countries.
How can Native innovators in the US use traditional knowledge and technology to drive social, environmental, and economic impact in their communities?
Good morning EAPS! My name is Astrid and I’m a fifth-year graduate student in the MIT-WHOI Joint Program in physical oceanography.
At flagship Solve event, Canada’s prime minister urges audience to help shape the changes transforming society.
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