MIT Researchers Working To Create Robots That Do ChoresResearchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are working on creating a robot that could one day take care of your chores.
Police Investigating Rape During MIT Fraternity PartyPolice are investigating a rape that reportedly happened during a fraternity party at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Canada's Justin Trudeau Coming To Cambridge This WeekTrudeau is scheduled to speak at a gathering of tech entrepreneurs at MIT.
Court Says Schools Can Be Liable For Suicides But Clears MITSchools can be held liable for student suicides in certain circumstances, Massachusetts' highest court said Monday.
Organization Founded By Marathon Bombing Victim's Family Changes LivesThe family of a Boston Marathon bombing victim created the Stepping Strong Fund, which supports research for innovative trauma care.
Study Finds False Stories Travel Way Faster Than The Truth On TwitterA new study finds that false information on the social media network travels six times faster than the truth and reaches far more people.
Colleges Say They Won't Reject Prospective Students Who Join ProtestsColleges in Massachusetts are telling prospective students that they won’t be punished for joining protests against gun violence.
MIT Is Creating Soft, Wearable Robot TechnologyMassachusetts Institute of Technology researchers are working on a new kind of robotic technology that is light, flexible soft and wearable.
More Private University Chiefs Top $2M As Pay Keeps ClimbingBoston University President Robert Brown was in the top 10 highest paid private university presidents in the country in 2015.
MIT Student On Mission To Keep Syrian Refugees WarmA local college student is trying to help Syrian refugees with a low cost sleeping bag he wants to distribute across the Middle East.
HUBweek 'Playground' Showcases Drones, Laser GraffitiIt's a playground like you've never seen before because this one is all about innovation.
MIT Scientist Among 3 Nobel Prize Winners For Detection Of Gravitational WavesRainer Weiss, an 85-year-old emeritus professor at MIT, had been working on detecting gravitational waves for 40 years before the find in September 2015.
Two Injured In Shooting During A Festival At Technology SquareThe MIT police have reported that a person is in custody after a shooting near 200 Technology Square.
MIT Researchers Make Potentially Groundbreaking Alzheimer's DiscoveryMassachusetts Institute of Technology scientists at the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory have found a way to reverse memory loss in mice with Alzheimer's.
NFL Player Retires At 26 To Pursue Doctorate At MITBaltimore Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel has retired from the NFL after just three seasons.