Researchers at MIT can use three radio antennae to "see" people behind walls, which could have major implications in everything from gaming to security.
These cubes are actually spinning, jumping robots, and they can move around and snap together to create different objects.
The lightsabers themselves are still a little way off, but at least now there's hope.
The best way to get water in the middle of a desert is to suck it straight out of the air, and MIT has managed to make doing this a practical reality.
Using behavior analysis software and a 3D character, MIT has developed a system that may help the socially awkward become a little more people friendly.
MIT's Media Lab unleashed 6,500 silkworms to study how they build structures.
At school world-renowned for technical excellence, MIT students have a surprising obsession.
MIT researchers create an elastic touchscreen with a 2D display.
Most of us don't even have access to 3D printing technology, but that's not stopping MIT from finding a way to add a whole extra D to the mix.
A group at MIT's Center for Bits and Atoms has created a robot that could point the way toward toy robots that can fold into different configurations.