There’s already a better search engine than Google. It’s YouTube.

In the debate over whether ChatGPT will kill Google, New York Times columnist Farhad Manjoo writes there’s already a better Google: Youtube. It can teach you how to make sourdough bread, walk you through quantum physics, or give you access to Donald Sadoway's chemistry lessons.  

Toward new, computationally designed cybersteels

With a grant from the Office of Naval Research, MIT researchers aim to design novel high-performance steels, with potential applications including printed aircraft components and ship hulls.  

Manufacturing a cleaner future

Startups founded by engineers are at the forefront of developing solutions to mitigate the environmental impact of manufacturing.  

Five from MIT named 2023 Quad Fellows

The new fellowship from the governments of Australia, India, Japan, and the United States, administered by Schmidt Futures, supports graduate education in STEM fields.