The bestselling author, screenwriter and comics luminary was interviewed by Henry Jenkins as part of the Julius Schwartz Memorial Lecture in 2008.
Do all objects fall at the same rate, regardless of weight or size?
MIT researchers at the David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research have developed a new material that changes its shape after absorbing water vapor.
Current MIT students discuss how they asked for help, and got it, at the Institute.
MIT researchers describe a wearable sensor system that automatically creates a digital map of the environment through which the wearer is moving.
Bryan Reimer discusses the MIT AgeLab's work on a car that can park itself.
New algorithms allow an autonomous robotic plane to dodge obstacles in a subterranean parking garage, without the use of GPS.
Work by the Hover Group at MIT on autonomous ship hull inspection.
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.
A Spanish language video from MIT Admissions - "Bienvenidos a MIT!"
200 Boston-area students, MIT scientists and local community members came together to make cutting-edge cancer research come to life.
An introduction to the different types of bridges.
This is a two-part video that introduces the different types of bridges.
In a visit to the MIT campus on May 14, 2013, British Prime Minister David Cameron met with President L. Rafael Reif and Media Lab director Joichi Ito, faculty members and students, and a group of young MIT entrepreneurs.
This film traces the story of the Center for Cancer Research (CCR) at MIT, from its founding in the early 1970s to its transition to the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research in 2007.
Used with permission from "Chronicle" (WCVB-Boston).
A new study by researchers at MIT shows that there is enough capacity in deep saline aquifers in the United States to store at least a century's worth of carbon dioxide emissions from the nation's coal-fired powerplants.
Associate professor in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy Caspar Hare aims to develop theories of practical rationality that may just help us make real-world decisions. Read more about Hare's work at http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2011/pr