The Class of 2017-18. Front row: Director Deborah Blum, Teresa Carr, Jane Qiu, Sujata Gupta, Caty Enders. Back row: Mićo Tatalović, Rowan Jacobsen, Ehsan Masood, Kolawole Talabi, Program Administrator Bettina Urcuioli, Joshua Hatch. The 2017-18 KSJ fellows saved their best for last. Their farewell month in Cambridge ended on May 25 with a graduation […]
Michael Short, head of an MIT lab that bears his name, visits the Knight Science Journalism program to talk about the problems besetting an industry that generates most of the U.S.’s clean power. They’re manageable, he says, if you break them into five-year chunks.
To help hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico regain safe drinking water and electricity, the MIT D-Lab recently volunteered in a project to build solar-paneled trailers with purification and charging systems. One of the volunteers was Teresa Carr, a 2017-18 Knight Science Journalism fellow.
“The IAP sessions seemed like a great opportunity to give back to the MIT community. which has welcomed us here so openheartedly, and I was glad to see so many people sign up and attend.”
Behind the catchy name and the near-deafening buzz surrounding the technology, CRISPR has the potential to help scientists understand sections of the human genome whose roles are still unknown.
The Knight Science Journalism Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is pleased to announce that 10 elite science journalists from four countries have been selected as fellows for the 2017-18 academic year. The KSJ@MIT program, entering its 35th year, brings a selection of the world’s finest journalists to Cambridge, Massachusetts, for an academic […]