On April 24, 2013 in Briggs Field, thousands of law enforcement officials joined the MIT community in honoring fallen MIT Police Officer Sean Collier.
After an extensive renovation project, the Barker Library reading room has reopened to reveal the grandeur of the restored oculus atop the Great Dome, and the beauty of the rotunda’s original architecture.
Natural selection at work.
An interesting feature on the MIT Professor Emeritus of Physics by LaInformacion.com.
An undergraduate helps MIT's Brain and Cognitive Science Department find a cure for Huntington's disease.
An MIT undergraduate models a new class of material: the photonic crystal.
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MIT Sloan Professor of Management Thomas Kochan discusses how financial analysts have pressured businesses to perform financially.
What makes a glow stick glow?
Alberto Cavallo, the Cecil and Ida Green Career Development Assistant Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management, discusses how Argentina has lied about its inflation rate.
Now in its 75th year, we take a look back how the Hobby Shop began, and how it evolved to what it is today.
A brief discussion by César Hidalgo, the Asahi Broadcast Corporation Career Development Professor of Media Arts and Sciences.
Amy Robinson is a research affiliate in MIT's Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences.
What causes a material to be magnetic?
How does a windmill create electricity
Do all objects fall at the same rate, regardless of weight or size?
MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Otto Scharmer on how there is mounting discontent with GDP as the main indicator of social and economic progress.
What MIT Sloan students have to say about their experiences and why they chose MIT Sloan.
Robert Langer, the David H. Koch Institute Professor, discusses his research in material science and biomaterials at TEDxBigApple.