The mentorship program the students were part of, connects high schoolers interested in research with real-world scientists at Harvard and MIT.
This can be used for environmental monitoring and for food safety since arsenic is a common contaminant for agricultural products as rice, vegetables and tea leaves.
Global temperature shifts may play critical role in COVID-19 spread and vulnerability, reveals new study
The researchers found that countries with a mean temperature above 27 degrees Celsius showed unusually low death rates in March and April
There are some 500 known amino acids, only 20% of which are encoded for, in living organisms. Glycine is the simplest amino acid.
Cytokine storm is an inflammatory condition associated with COVID-19 infection that occurs when a person’s body releases too many pro-inflammatory cytokines.
US immigration department says it may not grant visas to new students if colleges conduct courses online
The policy to deport already enrolled foreign students if they took classes online was rescinded after being challenged by eight federal lawsuits
The ventilator is easy to carry, runs on battery for 10 hours, and costs roughly $700 to produce, compared with the $20,000 of a traditional ventilator.
Changes in brightness usually seen over thousands to millions of years were seen taking place in under a year.
"We will pursue this case vigorously so that international students can continue studies without threat of deportation,” Harvard University president Lawrence Bacow said
The FRB in question reports like clockwork, in one of the most definitive patterns seen from a source of these flashes.
In one test, researchers successfully recreated a grayscale image of the Captain America shield multiple times.
QS World University Rankings 2021: Only IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IISc make it to top 200 from India; MIT retains top spot
IIT Bombay has dropped 20 positions from last year's world university ranking, IISc dropped by one position, and IIT- Delhi's rank has slipped from the previous rank of 182.
Coronavirus Outbreak: PGIM India Mutual Fund extends support to manufacture low-cost indigenous ventilators in Kerala
The objective of the Project is to design, develop and manufacture 5,000 indigenous mechanical ventilators in the next couple of weeks and deploy them in designated hospitals in rural areas.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Harvard, MIT announce pay cut and salary freeze due to economic fallout of pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent lockdown have taken toll on premier US institutions like Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Both are implementing a salary freeze and have stopped hiring new faculty.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Warm and humid weather can slow spread of COVID-19 cases, says MIT study, but precautions still necessary
The researchers said that while there is a relation between heat and humidity and lower numbers of novel coronavirus cases, the "underlying reasoning behind this relationship is still not clear."
The researchers applied their method to Apophis and Bennu, two near-Earth asteroids that are constantly flying-by Earth.
Cambridge City Council passes resolution against CAA, NRC a week after Seattle, becomes second US body to tread on similar path
An American city council which houses some of the top universities of the world, including Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has passed a resolution against the CAA and end the NRC
'Muslims living in India for generations will become Stateless': MIT students, faculty, alumni condemn CAA, NRC; full text
The students, faculty, staff, alumni and affiliates of Boston’s Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) issued a statement expressing solidarity with the protests being witnessed across India against the amended Citizenship Act
At anti-CAA stir in Chicago, Indian-Americans and students say citizenship law a step towards 'rupturing India's social fabric'
Indian-American Muslim Council, in a statement, strongly condemned the alleged 'brutal crackdown' on students of Jamia and AMU
Empty cartridge found from violence-hit area near Jamia Millia Islamia, but Delhi Police didn't fire, say MHA officials
The police did not fire any bullet on protesters near Jamia Millia Islamia here on Sunday, but an empty cartridge was found from the area, a senior Home Ministry official said on Tuesday