Exploring how grassroots movements in the scientific community work hand‐in‐hand with institutions and field leaders to promote diversity and inclusivity.
There is a tremendous sense of joy and elation when a chemist discovers a new molecule, but if we dehumanize the art of science what is left?
COVID-19, like climate change, is a complex social problem that will require social scientific knowledge to understand its full and lasting impact impact.
The current pandemic has provided an opportunity to observe the resilience of every link in the healthcare chain, and AI has appeared to have given in.
With a lack of motivation and determination, can this switch to online learning be beneficial for students? Three perspectives provide insight into learning during a pandemic.
MIT lab offers a model for cost savings, productivity, and safety; principles may also facilitate efficient reopening in the future.
Robotic systems have the potential to aid and complement healthcare in an effort to spark novel interdisciplinary initiatives between medical, engineering, and science communities.
Imagine how these two planes – the world of machines and the world of human systems – will work synergistically to realize the potential of new materials and the systems into which they will be integrated.
This year, April 22, 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, a grassroots idea from the 1970s that became a global movement.
What constitutes novelty and importance and meeting the criteria of top-tier journals? Maybe we need to rethink how and where we showcase our breakthroughs…