Jacqueline Durazo, a mechanical engineering major, discusses her work building robots and participating in pageants.
Ever wonder how a pair of glasses can make a movie come to life? Find out about polarization and how this can make a 2D image become 3D.
MIT’s third annual Diversity Summit addressed the complexities of meritocracy on Jan. 30, 2013.
History, Theory and Criticism Program of Architecture and Art.
Renée Richardson Gosline, assistant professor in the Sloan School of Management, discusses Valentine's Day gifts and how gift giving can be fraught with anxiety, especially if you decide to give a luxury item.
Joshua Ackerman, an assistant professor in the MIT Sloan School of Management, discusses New Year's resolutions and how many of them are prone to failure because they are lifestyle changes and not actual goals.
In this video we replicate Pascal's famous experiment that showed atmospheric pressure was due to the column of the weight of the air above.
The CAU is committed to fostering a rigorous design culture for the large scale
MIT researchers have invented a new imaging system that allowed them to create this three-dimensional rendering of the cartilage that forms the skull of a five-day-old zebrafish larva.
A look at the innovation economy and its key drivers.
A student reflects about teaching science and math to German high school students, and living with a German host family during IAP.
This conference highlighted MIT’s role in both understanding and shaping the digital economy.
Why does soap work to get the grease and dirt off of dirty pans and other things when water alone can't do the job?
Founded in 2003, the MIT Laboratory for Chocolate Science is a student club dedicated to the appreciation of chocolate in all its myriad forms.
A recording of the webcast of the competition, which took place on Jan. 30, 2013.
President Obama recognized the 2011 National Medal of Science and National Medal of Technology and Innovation recipients at a White House ceremony on Feb. 1, 2013.
A CSAIL team — graduate students Michael Rubinstein and Neal Wadhwa, alumni Eugene Shih SM '01, PhD '10 and Hao-Yu Wu MNG '12, associate professor Frédo Durand, and professors William T. Freeman and John Guttag — earned honorable mention for this video at the 10th annual ...
In the annual Head of the Zesiger, students design and then race boats constructed solely out of cardboard, paint and tape.
From manual to semi-automatic to fully automatic, watch what methods you can use for some simple manufacturing tasks such as cutting and drilling.