MIT-Designed Robot Could Be Used To Disinfect Schools, Grocery Stores With UV-C LightMIT has designed a robot that is capable of disinfecting the floor of a 4,000-square foot warehouse in only half an hour.
MIT Catholic Chaplain Resigns Following George Floyd CommentsA Catholic chaplain at MIT has resigned over comments he made about the death of George Floyd.
MIT Study: Race An Important Factor In Determining Who Dies From Covid-19A new study finds that race may be just as important in determining if someone will die from the coronavirus as age and preexisting conditions.
MIT Elects First Black Woman Student Body President In Its 159-Year HistoryStudents at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have elected a black woman as president of the Undergraduate Association for the first time in the school's history.
MIT Students Will Not Return To Campus After Spring Break Due To CoronavirusMIT has told students not to return to campus after spring break.
Air Pollution Can Cross State Lines With Deadly Consequences, Study FindsA new study shows that air pollution produced in one state often blows across state lines, and can contribute to health issues and even premature deaths hundreds of miles away.
MIT: Hackers Could Alter Ballots In Widely Used Voting AppBoston-based Voatz disputed the research methods.
MIT Scientists Create More Convenient Ingestible Medical DevicesMIT scientists are on the verge of making some gastrointestinal treatments more convenient and safer for patients to digest.
MIT Professor Denies Misleading School Over Epstein FundingA Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor is denying accusations that he misled the school about two $50,000 gifts he facilitated from Jeffrey Epstein in 2012, arguing that institute officials had “full knowledge” Epstein was the donor.
Jeffrey Epstein Gave $850,000 To MIT, Visited 9 Times, Report FindsDisgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein donated more than $700,000 to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and visited campus at least nine times after being convicted of sex crimes in 2008.
Birth Control Breakthrough At MIT: Once-A-Month Pill Shows PromiseScientists at MIT say they have made a breakthrough on developing a contraceptive pill that only needs to be taken once a month.