When ordering pizza with your friends, how do you decide what toppings to get? If coming to a consensus among a small group is so hard, how do we make decisions as a community, society, and species? In this workshop, we will talk about one of the core elements of good...
A new MITRE class took 28 high schoolers from zero knowledge of quantum to a strong interest in pursuing quantum careers.
MITRE Austin/San Antonio iHub site leader Bobby Blount believes in the power of opportunity to transform lives.
When Northern Virginia’s Odyssey of the Mind needed a tournament space, MITRE opened its doors—and its parking garage.
With predictions about an upcoming shortage in qualified STEM applicants to meet the high demand for jobs, MITRE is partnering with local communities to help nurture future generations of talent.
Meet Jhanny Jimenez, a junior at Notre Dame Cristo Rey (NDCR) High School in Methuen, Massachusetts, working at MITRE on a network visualization and optimization project.
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