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MIT Solar Electric Vehicle Team Wins 1st Place in the 2021 American Solar Challenge

Aug 8th, 2021

The MIT Solar Electric Vehicle Team placed first in the...


Welcome to MIT, here's your Aurora Beaveralis

Jul 27th, 2021

This spring, every student admitted to MIT was sent a package that included the Edgerton Center'...

Constructing their eyeglasses with built-in proximity sensors for the vision-impaired.

An ocean apart, shared engineering projects catalyze a love of STEM

May 6th, 2021

A collaboration between MIT’s Edgerton Center and Roiti High School in Italy is letting kids...

Helen Harlan

Embedded and involved

Oct 13th, 2020

When Covid-19 forced teachers to quickly crank up their understanding of best practices in...

Jordi Baste from TV3 approaching MITERS

MIT: Fabricant el futur

Oct 6th, 2020

During a snowy week in January, Barcelona-based television journalist Jordi Baste visited MIT to...

Jackie Sly, one of the four alumni, on the CAPD panel

If it's fun, it can't be considered work, right?

Oct 6th, 2020

If it’s fun, it can’t be considered work. Right? Wrong! That was the premise for the Edgerton...

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First ever virtual Open House for student clubs and teams

Sep 28th, 2020

Fourteen teams introduced first years to the camaraderie and purpose of an Edgerton Center...

MIT Solar Electric Vehicle Team testing their solar car in the Ford Wind Tunnel

How MIT’s rocket, electric car, and solar vehicle teams have adjusted to the pandemic

Sep 24th, 2020

When Covid-19 forced Edgerton Center student teams off campus, the engineers found their problem...

At Formula Student Germany 2019, MIT Driverless and TU Driverless competed together against teams from all over the world.

Racing into the future of autonomous driving

Jul 14th, 2020

After a third-place finish at last year's Formula Student Germany, MIT Driverless team aims to...

Prof. Bourouiba

Capturing a sneeze

Mar 31st, 2020

High-speed video cameras capture the spread of a sneeze or cough in the Bourouiba Lab....