By producing complex multifunctional fibers that could be less than the width of a hair, MIT researchers have created a system that could deliver optical signals and drugs directly into the brain, along with a simultaneous electrical readout to continuously monitor the ...
Using high-speed cameras, MIT researchers observed that when a raindrop hits a surface, it traps tiny air bubbles at the point of contact. As in a glass of champagne, the bubbles then shoot upward, ultimately bursting from the drop in a fizz of aerosols. (Learn more: ...
Speakers: Lauren Frank - Trustee of the Advantage Testing Foundation and Katie Sedlar - MIT student and Math Prize for Girls Alumna Maria De Vuono-Homberg - Associate Director of the Math Prize for Girls - introduces 2013 Math Prize Olympiad MedalistsView more: ...
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