[VIDEO] Small, Box-Like Device That Uses Wireless Signals Can Detect COVID-19 Patients Having Trouble Breathing: See How it Works
MIT Scientists invent no-contact health monitoring device to help in taking care of coronavirus patients that uses wireless signals to observe movements
MIT Working On Flying And Driving Drones
MIT researches are working on a drone that can switch from driving mode to flying mode in a jiffy.
MIT Researchers Invented Long-Acting Drug For Possible Malaria, HIV, TB Cure
The drug stays in the stomach for up to two weeks after intake. The pill could be used for possible treatment of Alzheimer's disease and mental illnesses to HIV, tuberculosis and malaria.
Study Reveals Gender And Racial Discrimination By Uber and Lyft Drivers
If an Uber or Lyft driver cancels a ride for you, it may have been driven by discrimination.
Researchers Develop New Programmable 3D-Printing Technique To Customize Robot, Drone Properties
The properties of 3D printed objects can now be customized thanks to a new 3D printing technique.
MIT's EQ Radio Can Tell How You're Really Feeling Via WiFi
The EQ Radio uses Wi-Fi signals to gather heartbeat and breathing signals. It detects basic emotions using an algorithm with 87 percent accuracy.
IBM And MIT Work Together On A New Artificial Intelligence Advancement
Artificial Intelligence will soon be able to understand things like a human does.
Upgrade On Technology: Robots Can Now Detect Your Emotions
With thorough research and analysis, telepathic robots can now detect human emotions.
Scientists Develop An Imaging System That Can Read Through Closed Books
Can you imagine reading a book without actually opening it?
Microbot News: MIT Engineers Create Tiny Drone With Military And Civilian Applications
MIT has just created tiny robots with extended surveillance capabilities.
MIT's Cream Makes Your Wrinkles Disappear?
Even artificial skin tech has improved dramatically over time.
A Microscope That Can Scan Real-Time Chemical Reactions
A group of MIT researchers have been able to develop a prototype microscope that can visualize chemical responses.
Hydrogel Bandages Channel Medicine To The Right Places
A team of MIT engineers led by Xuanhe Zhao has developed a smart bandage that uses hydrogel technology to monitor a human being's vital signs and administer medicine to patients.
Universities To Test NASA's Valkyrie Robots For Future Space Missions
NASA sends its humanoid robot, also known as the R5 or Valkyrie, to MIT and Northeastern University.