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It's been an historic winter here in Boston/Cambridge, with record snowfalls and freezing cold temperatures. Watch MIT's Norm Magnuson discusses the challenges him and his crew face during such weather and how they've been able to keep the campus up and running. Video: Melanie Gonick, MIT News ...
There are people all over the world with less-than-traditional backgrounds who would be great additions to the Media Lab community. We wanted to create a program to loop them in. Our Director's Fellows initiative creates a way for these extraordinary individuals to ...
The Robot Garden is a system that functions as a visual embodiment of distributed algorithms, as well as an aesthetically appealing way to get more young students, and particularly girls, interested in programming.
eyeMITRA allows anyone to easily and non-invasively explore the back of the eye, opening possibilities for new assessments of eye health and for exploration of systemic illnesses that manifest in the eye. This work is built upon the Camera Culture group's pioneering research in computational ...
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