Earth's First Animal Was Likely The Sea Sponge, MIT Experts SayResearchers say they've discovered some of oldest evidence of animal life.
MIT To Host Artificial Intelligence ConferenceThe Massachusetts Institute of Technology is holding a conference on the future of artificial intelligence that includes some of the field's biggest names.
MIT Students Turn Their Brainpower Toward Suicide PreventionAfter seven suicides in two years, students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are looking for their own solutions to prevent more deaths.
Babson, MIT Named To Money Magazine's 'Best Colleges' ListWhen it comes to getting the most value for your tuition dollar, Money Magazine ranks Babson College and Massachusetts Institute of Technology among the top 5 colleges nationwide.
MIT Professor Shaves Head For Memorable Lesson On The BrainA local professor went above and beyond to teach a lesson to her students.
MIT Imagines Acceptance Letters Delivered By DroneThe Massachusetts Institute of Technology has a well-earned reputation for being inventive, but this takes it to a whole new level.
MIT Receives $118M Gift For Sustainable Real EstateThe Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Thursday announced it has received a $118 million gift from an alumnus to advance socially responsible and sustainable real estate, with a focus on China.
MIT Fraternity To Host 'Nearly Naked' Run In Memory Of Sean Collier The Kappa Sigma chapter at MIT will host the Nearly Naked Nearly Mile to raise money in honor of Sean Collier.
Boston's Best Summer Day CampsThis summer, children all over Boston and from all walks of life have a chance to make new friends and have a lot of fun at day camps.
MIT Applicants Receive Email Falsely Stating They Were AdmittedMIT is apologizing for sending an email to applicants that read, "You are on this list because you are admitted to MIT!"
MIT Neuroscientists: Human Brain Processes Images At Rapid SpeedThe human brain is capable of processing images viewed through the eyes for as little as 13 milliseconds, according to research conducted by Massachusetts Institute of Technology neuroscientists.
MIT: Internal Review Found No Wrongdoing In Handling Of Swartz CaseThe Massachusetts Institute of Technology says an internal review of its actions in the investigation of free-information activist Aaron Swartz had found no wrongdoing on the school's part.