Robert Mathis explains the science behind his beautiful image, "Molecular Watercolor: Mixing Fluorescent Proteins to Label Families of Cells." Robert's image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards. See all the winners ...
Eric Williams explains the story behind his beautiful image, "On the Scent: Investigating an Anti-Aging Gene Inside the Nose." Eric's image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards.
Alex Shalek explains the science behind his striking image, "Cellular Injections: Using Nanowires to Investigate the Causes of Leukemia." Alex's image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards.
President Reif discussed how MIT is realizing its potential as a university with global impact by fostering innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership, collaboration and diversity.
Architect Benedetta Tagliabue directs Miralle/Tagliabue-EMBT in Barcelona.
A brief presentation by Joseph Doyle, associate professor of applied economics.
Steven Eppinger, the General Motors LGO Professor of Management, discusses the systems engineering for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner
“Gravity assist” is a maneuver performed by interplanetary spacecraft to travel farther on less fuel.
MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Steven Spear discusses the reengineering of American health care.
Learn more about Community Water Solutions, an MIT-founded non-profit that empowers women in Ghana to launch profitable water businesses.
OrigaMIT is MIT's original origami club, which exists to promote, practice and teach origami folding, analysis and design.
Thousands of friends and family members packed Killian Court on June 8, 2012, for MIT’s 146th Commencement exercises.
At MIT, advanced degree candidates receive their doctoral hoods in a separate ceremony held the day before Commencement.
What makes the Moon orbit the Earth and how can it be calculated?
A short talk by MIT Sloan Lecturer Daena Giradella.
A “cheetah” robot designed at MIT may soon outpace its animal counterparts in running efficiency: In treadmill tests, the researchers have found that it wastes very little energy as it trots continuously for up to an hour and a half.
The statistician and political polling analyst Nate Silver discussed his career and the ways in which statistics are changing the face of journalism.
In the 41st annual Killian Lecture, Maria Zuber describes looking deep into the moon’s interior to chart its early history.
Profile video of Nikolai Begg, 2013 $30,000 winner of the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for his portfolio of novel medical devices that are helping to make surgical procedures less invasive.
Neal Hartman, MIT Sloan senior lecturer, provides advice to employers about social media use in the workplace.