MIT has a number of world-class publications and reference sources that highlight the Institute's role in entrepreneurship and its impact.
Technology Review Magazine
is an independent media company owned by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It identifies emerging technologies and analyzes their impact for
technology and business leaders—the senior executives, entrepreneurs,
venture capitalists, engineers, developers, and researchers who create
and fund the innovations that drive the global economy. As the
authority on the future of technology, Technology Review
also an invaluable resource for early adopters, the media, those in
government, and anyone who needs to understand trends in technology.
Sloan Management Review
Published since 1959, MIT Sloan Management Review
has been a venue for business-management innovators from MIT and elsewhere — authors such as Peter Senge, Lester Thurow, James Brian Quinn, Gary Hamel, Thomas Davenport, Christopher Bartlett, Sumantra Ghoshal, John Quelch, Henry Mintzberg, Max Bazerman, and Ed Lawler. SMR works closely with authors to ensure that their articles provide interpretation and analysis for practicing managers: thought-provoking strategies that offer real-world management solutions.
MIT News Office
The MIT News Office
promotes MIT’s research, innovations, teaching and newsworthy events and people to the campus community, the news media and the general public. Submit your e-mail address at MIT News to receive a digest of the top MIT stories each week.
Video at MIT
The Video at MIT
Web site connects viewers to MIT Community video from TechTV
, MIT lectures from MIT World
and MIT course video from OpenCourseWare
. The MIT Enterprise Forum hosts a channel
on TechTV, and has published several of its global broadcasts
on MIT World.
The MIT Press
The MIT Press
is the only university press in the United States whose list is based in science and technology. They publish about 200 new books a year and over 30 journals. They are a major publishing presence in fields as diverse as architecture, social theory, economics, cognitive science, and computational science, and they have a long-term commitment to both design excellence and the efficient and creative use of new technologies.
MIT Research Labs, Centers and Programs
at MIT aims to develop innovative solutions to the world’s most daunting challenges. From addressing the energy needs of tomorrow to improving cancer therapies, MIT’s research efforts are enhanced through creative collaborations with leading research institutes and consortia around the world. Compiled here are just some of the MIT labs, centers and programs where cutting-edge research is taking place.
MIT Academic Departments
Spanning five schools — architecture and planning; engineering; humanities, arts, and social sciences; management; and science — and more than 30 departments and programs
, an education at MIT covers more than just science and technology.
A direct path to the front desk of MIT's vast collection of libraries
and reference material.