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Eurekafest 2015 Opening Remarks
Eurekafest 2015 Opening Remarks

Opening remarks from Michael Cima, Faculty Director at Lemelson-MIT Program; Sanjay Sarma, Dean of Digital Learning MIT; Dorothy Lemelson, President and Chair of the Board The Lemelson Foundation; Carol Dahl, Executive Director The Lemelson Foundation; Marlena Love, Awards Program Officer ...

Rocket into space with MIT professor and astronaut Jeff ...
Rocket into space with MIT professor and astronaut Jeff Hoffman

Spaceflight is exciting, and you don’t have to be a “Rocket Scientist” to share in the excitement! 16.00x makes the basics of spaceflight accessible to everyone. Join MIT Professor Jeffrey Hoffman, a former NASA astronaut who made five spaceflights ...

How to make an inexpensive book cradle from one Tyvek(TM) ...
How to make an inexpensive book cradle from one Tyvek(TM) envelope

Watch our MITemp Lucy Brown demonstrate how to make this quick, easy, and inexpensive book cradle with one Tyvek(TM) envelope and some recycled air pillows. Book cradles are a type of support that help to reduce stress on the spine of a book, stress that over time can ...

REDx: Rethinking Engineering Design
REDx: Rethinking Engineering Design

The Camera Culture group from the MIT Media Lab and Tata Center is exploring new innovation techniques for creating solutions to quality-of-life problems in India and worldwide. Video by John Werner.

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