Breakthroughs leading to sophisticated cancer, tuberculosis, and arthritis drugs, as well as cell imaging nanotechnology, get recognition.
Award winner Erez Lieberman-Aiden has developed breakthroughs in such areas as genetics, sensor technology, applied mathematics, and even evolutionary linguistics.
Nonprofit venture capitalist BP Agrawal wins humanitarian award for rain-harvesting system, health kiosks.
Bacteriophages aren't as popular as antibiotics--but that could change, thanks to researchers.
New HD Series4 product integrates with online content now.
Architect Fumihiko Maki creates literal think tanks in the form of glass-encased labs for MIT's most famous interdisciplinary program.
Lemelson-MIT Prize goes to chemist Timothy Swager, whose tech innovation has a nose for TNT. Photo: A nose as good as Fido's?
Ideas Competition award winners applied tech creativity to controlling disease in impoverished communities. Photos: Humanitarian tech at MIT
A student at MIT has invented a motorized pulley that will let paramedics and firefighters zip up the side of buildings like Spider-Man.
Nathan Ball led design of the Atlas Powered Rope Ascender, which can hoist 250 pounds up 30 stories in half a minute. Photos: The Atlas at work