Topic: MIT

BOSTON — The Boston area is famed for being home to some of the most famous institutions of higher education in the world like Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Northeastern and Boston University. Each of those[...]

(This is the third of the series Inspiring Armenian Young Adults, which highlights the accomplishments of a few of some of Armenia’s brightest, bravest, young adults. Their brief profiles showcase the talents of Armenia’s upcoming[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (MIT news)  — Economist Daron Acemoglu, whose far-ranging research agenda has produced influential studies about government, innovation, labor, and globalization, was named Institute Professor, MIT’s highest faculty[...]

By Randy Bean CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (Forbes) — How do you address the global demand for social impact initiatives – ensuring healthy cities, creating social inclusion through community-driven innovation, and providing opportunity for early[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Ma. — The MIT Armenian Society is organizing an evening to celebrate the 150th birth anniversaries of Komitas, one of the forefathers of Armenian classical music, and Hovhannes Tumanyan, a poet and leading political activist[...]

Dr. Ani Aprahamian, director of the Alikhanyan National Science Laboratory in Yerevan, Armenia, and Freimann Professor Experimental Nuclear Physics at the University of Notre Dame, will give a talk titled “Science, Technology, and[...]

BOSTON – A pioneering all-day workshop at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on Saturday, April 7, is scheduled to bring together an international cast of scholars to assess the current state of Armenian women’s, gender[...]