The pioneering biological engineer Linda Griffith tells KSJ fellows about her MIT lab’s work on gynecological diseases like endometriosis.
At a KSJ seminar, the MIT physicist and historian David Kaiser uses dessert, conspiracy theory, and the occasional particle detector to explain how scientists are trying to close the loopholes in quantum theory.
Lauren Whaley (KSJ 2016-17) will introduce the director of “Jackson,” an intimate documentary about three women caught up in the fight to close the last free-standing abortion clinic in Mississippi, to be screened on Thursday, March 9, at MIT’s Women Take the Reel film festival.
For three decades, the acclaimed fellowship program has helped journalists from around the world learn how to better document and illuminate the intersection of science, technology, and human culture.
Steven Barrett of MIT tells the KSJ fellows that jets and their contrails could dash hopes of reversing global warming.
“The technology may be old, but it’s still the best in class”: an update on the orbiting X-ray telescope, launched by NASA with big assists from MIT and Harvard.