MIT Researchers Record ‘Memories’ Stored in Protein Chains
Researchers at MIT have developed a technology that allows them to record "memories" of sequences of cellular events, such as when particular genes are active or how cells respond to treatment. This is possible because cells turn on a...
Turkey Sentences Greek ‘Spy’ to 12 Years Imprisonment
A court in Turkey on Friday sentenced a Greek citizen of Syrian origin, who was arrested in May and accused of being a spy for the Greek intelligence agency EYP, to 12 years imprisonment. In June, Greek government spokesperson Giannis...
Turkey Considers Secret Operation in Greece, Report Says
Turkey plans to deploy a secretive, specially trained unit connected to intelligence agency MIT to escalate tensions with Greece, a report in Nordic Monitor said on Sunday. The MIT unit, the existence of which has never been publicly confirmed, is...
MIT Scientists Turn Seawater to Drinking Water With the Push of a Button
MIT researchers have recently developed a portable desalination unit that can remove particles and salts to turn seawater into drinking water. The suitcase-sized device, weighing less than ten kilograms, requires less power to operate than a cell phone charger and...
The Bitcoin Experiment that Made MIT Students Rich
In 2014, MIT students Jeremy Rubin and Dan Elitzer conducted an experiment where they gave any interested MIT student $100 worth of Bitcoin worth roughly $300 a coin at the time. The $100 worth of bitcoin those lucky students...
MIT Remembers Brilliant Greek Professor George Hatsopoulos
The life of Greek inventor and professor George Hatsopoulos was commemorated at event held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
“The Limits to Growth” Predicted Society’s Collapse, Research Confirms
A study conducted by MIT called "The Limits to Growth" predicted that society would collapse sometime in the mid-21st century.
Greek Scientist at MIT Completes Coronavirus Genome Map
A Greek professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has published the most accurate genome "map" of the coronavirus so far.
Greek MIT Professor and Antinuclear War Activist Kostas Tsipis Passes Away
Greek-born antinuclear campaigner and longtime MIT professor Kostas Tsipas passed away on Monday, according to an announcement by former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou. The longtime fixture in the antinuclear movement was a retired principal research scientist and former director...
Foreign Student Ruling Reversed in Federal Court in Boston
President Trump's ruling, handed down on July 6 regarding the deportation of foreign students who will no longer be studying in university classrooms, was reversed on Tuesday in Federal court in Boston. The unpopular edict had meant that foreign students...