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Observe@MIT is a series of astronomical observation sessions led by astronomer and planetary science lecturer Amanda Bosh. Members of the MIT community are encouraged to come and observe the sky above and learn about space and what there is to see on that particular day or night. Everyone is ...
Earlier this year, weather and climate agencies around the world declared 2014 the warmest year on record, even though the increase in global mean temperature has slowed. This warming "hiatus" has puzzled climate scientists, as it deviates from climate models which project a continuing ...
MIT researchers have now developed a technique to "see" vibrations that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye, combining high-speed video with computer vision techniques. (Learn more about the technique: http://bit.ly/1K8t4en) Video produced and edited: Melanie Gonick/MIT Crane ...
Researchers at the MIT Media Lab are developing a new, wearable device that turns the user's thumbnail into a miniature, wireless track pad. NailO was inspired by the colorful stickers that people apply to their nails as a form of self-expression and style. The ...
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