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MIT's Latest Slow-Breaking 'Pill': Medical Breakthrough For Malaria And Other Diseases

Nov 19, 2016 AM EST The latest breakthrough from MIT can treat Malaria and other diseases without adverse effects. The pill has been supported by healthcare foundations all over the world.

MIT Picks Top 10 Smartest Company In The World

Nov 18, 2016 AM EST Amazon tops the list of MIT's top smartest companies in the world. The organization praised the company for its use of AI.

Essay Featuring a Painful Childhood Memory Gave Student Entry to 14 Colleges Including Harvard

Nov 16, 2016 AM EST A Harvard graduate shares how her essay, featuring a painful childhood memory, got her acceptance in 14 different universities.

Applying for College? Here Are Three Mistakes That Should be Avoided

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST Here are three common mistakes that should be avoided while applying for college.

What To Expect In SpaceX’s Hyperloop Pod Competition

Nov 15, 2016 AM EST The Hyperloop Pod Competition is nearing and student teams are getting ready.

Goodbye Victoria's Secret? An MIT Grad May Have Created The Perfect Bra

Nov 11, 2016 AM EST Heidi Zak, an MIT MBA grad, is on the way to revolutionizing the bra industry.

Higher Than Hi-Res Image Quality Is New Tech Magic In MIT: Harnessing The Power Of Laser Particles

Nov 08, 2016 AM EST Laser particles can be stimulated to produce the best imaging resolution for microscope. It can further advance biomedical feats in the future.

Stanford, MIT and the University of Washington Researchers Show Ride Share Discrimination Does Happen

Nov 05, 2016 AM EDT University Researchers find Rideshare Drivers Discriminate based on Race and Gender

Spinach Plants That Can Detect Bombs Made Possible Through ‘Plant Nanobionics’

Nov 02, 2016 AM EDT Spinach is now more than just a green leafy vegetable recommended for health reasons; It's now a bomb-detector that can send alerts to any user, thanks to a new technique called 'plant nanobionics.'

Harvard Names New Endowment Chief; Hopeful to Change the Investment Model and Improve Its Performance

Oct 11, 2016 PM EDT Narvekar successfully managed Columbia now Harvard expects him to do the same for the world’s largest college endowment fund

Want To Work At SpaceX? Here's Where You Should Study

Oct 06, 2016 AM EDT Graduates from these schools were able to land a job at Elon Musk's SpaceX.

Celebrating One Year of MIT’s IDSS: Speakers Talk About How Data Can Change the World

Oct 03, 2016 PM EDT Big or limited, gathered data can only be useful when it can help find solutions to the world’s many problems

Stanford University Takes Top Spot In Wall Street Journal's College Rankings List

Sep 29, 2016 AM EDT The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education have unveiled their top college rankings list.

MIT Researchers Develop Camera That Can Read Closed Books; Gives Hope To Archiving Sensitive, Antique Books [VIDEO]

Sep 14, 2016 PM EDT Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a camera that has the ability to distinguish letters printed on a stack of papers.

MIT Ranked As Top 7 University In The Whole Country By US News

Sep 14, 2016 PM EDT Out of so many national universities in the country, MIT is ranked number 7.

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