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Welcome to MIT! We hope this page helps everyone who wants to learn more about our dynamic, diverse, and compassionate community. Here you will find information on the history of the Institute, our academic program, and our generous financial aid program.

MIT is known for its innovative community of students, researchers, and creators who use their skills to improve the world. We believe it is crucial to educate people from all walks of life to provide solutions that benefit all communities.  That is evident through our extraordinary diversity.

There is no majority ethnic background; 55% of our students are from historically underrepresented minorities. Foreign nationals represent 10% of MIT’s students. We have students from all 50 states and 68 foreign countries.

In our humble opinion, this is the best place to study. We are a research-focused university that places great importance on undergraduate education. Among other scholars, we have a number of distinguished professors: 23 MacArthur Genius Grant winners, 11 Nobel laureates, and 1 Pulitzer Prize winner are currently on our faculty. And all of them teach undergraduate students.

Estudia e ingresa en el mundo laboral en Australia con William

Prof. Asociado Dr. Klazina Kooiman, Jefe del Grupo de Agentes de Contraste de Ultrasonido Terapéutico, y la Dra. Ines Beekers, Investigadora Postdoctoral en el Departamento de Ingeniería Biomédica del Thoraxcenter, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, Países Bajos

Dr. Steven Nedellec, director de las instalaciones de MicroPICell, Universidad de Nantes, Francia y Dr. Tiphaine Douanne, Universidad de Nantes, Señalización en Oncogénesis, Angiogénesis y Permeabilidad, CRCINA INSERM U1232, Francia

División de Bioimagen, Centro de Proteociencia (PROS), Universidad de Ehime División de Biomedicina Analítica, Centro de Apoyo a la Investigación Avanzada (ADRES), Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad de Ehime

Profesor y Vicepresidente del Departamento de Farmacología Celular y MolecularInvestigador del Instituto Médico Howard Hughes (HHMI)La Universidad de California, San Francisco San Francisco, CA, USA

El centro de microscopía óptica Imagerie-Gif es miembro de la Infraestructura de Bioimagen de Francia. La instalación está alojada en el Instituto de Biología Integrativa de la Célula (I2BC) en Gif sur Yvette, Francia.

TECMOTUL Induction

The brain is an amazing and intricate network that helps us think, love and breathe. But sometimes things go wrong and brain disorders arise, such as Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. By studying the brains of people who have passed away, both those who had a brain disorder and those who were healthy during their lifetime, researchers learn more about how different dementias affect the brain and how we might better treat and prevent them. Brain donation provides an opportunity to help researchers better understand these disorders, which may lead to better treatments for future generations.

No matter what the reasons, one thing is certain for everyone: brain donation is a generous gift. Researchers use donated brain tissue to study brain diseases that affect millions of people, including Alzheimer’s disease, dementia with Lewy bodies, frontotemporal disorders, mixed dementia, and Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases, as well as brain injuries such as trauma and stroke.

The Ship and the Sword of the Marquis de Lafayette

The report “Mujeres en poder de la palabra” (Women in power of the word), allows us to make visible the role of women in the creative process of literature and the exercise of their journalistic work in Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and Nicaragua.

Since gender equality is a priority line of action at the international level, it is essential to make visible the role of women in the arts and culture, as well as to reflect on the many challenges they face, the most pressing of which are: access to decent employment, fair pay and leadership positions.