3 Questions: Why are student-athletes amateurs?
MIT Professor Jennifer Light digs into the history of the idea that students aren’t part of the labor force.
Peter Dizikes | MIT News Office…
As top innovation hub expands, can straining local infrastructure keep pace?
Cambridge’s Kendall Square, a global center for biotech and tech firms, faces housing and transit challenges
By Patrick Sisson Nov…
Election Insights 2018 — MIT historian Jennifer Light on New Media and Youth Political Engagement: “Young people in the U.S. of all ages, including those too young to vote, have been…
Kendall’s Key Ingredient
-The fabled F&T Restaurant—which attracted a diverse mix of Cambridge locals and MIT students and faculty—was a Kendall Square landmark from the 1920s to the 1980s, when it…
Light from ancient quasars helps confirm quantum entanglement
Results are among the strongest evidence yet for “spooky action at a distance.”
Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office
August 19, 2018
Alan Lightman On The Tension (And Commonalities) Between Science And Religion
March 29, 2018
By Alison Bruzek and Meghna Chakrabarti
Alan Lightman’s new book looks at why…
How Kendall Square Became The Epicenter Of The Biotech World
June 05, 2018
By Meghna Chakrabarti and Chris Citorik
Forty years ago, Kendall Square was surrounded by abandoned factories…
MIT Philosophy PhD candidate Marion Boulicault has been awarded the 2018 Benjamin Siegel Writing Prize from MIT STS Program. The prize committee, John Durant and Robin Scheffler, selected her paper “Gender …