Large river networks -- such as those that funnel into the Colorado and Mississippi rivers -- may seem to be permanent features of a landscape. In fact, many rivers define political boundaries that have been in place for centuries. But scientists have long ...
MIT 6.041SC Probabilistic Systems Analysis and Applied Probability, Fall 2013Instructor: Katie Szeto
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MIT students perform the first movement of the Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor, composed by Felix Mendelssohn.
Yossi Sheffi, Director of the Center for Transportation and Logistics (CTL) discusses how logistics clusters deliver economic growth and diversity.
Yossi Sheffi, Director of the Center for Transportation and Logistics (CTL) discusses CTL Triad Drives Theory into Practice: Education/ Research/ Industry/ Industry Interaction.
The MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition is designed to encourage students and researchers in the MIT community to act on their talent, ideas and energy to produce tomorrow's leading firms.
Panel featuring Dr. Sanjay Sarma, J. Philipp Schmidt, Jeff Young, Jonathan Haber, Nick Ducoff. Moderated by Seth Reynolds. See more videos from the conference at http://techtv.mit.edu/collections/mitsloanRecorded on 2/22/14.
Keynote Speaker Carl Dietrich speaks about flying cars.
This video demonstrates production of clean water from a mixture of water and ink using the porous xylem tissue in a pine branch as a water filter.
Professor Michael Short's research is focused the study of unwanted deposits, known as CRUD (Chalk River Unidentified Deposits). CRUD accumulates on fuel cladding during reactor operation and can interfere with the reactor's cooling process, ultimately reducing reactor ...
A short documentary of the history of the subminiature vacuum tube. This 16 minute film was produced by the MIT Museum with funding from Raytheon in 1986 for the MIT Industrial Liaison Program.
Christopher Caplice, Executive Director of the Center for Transportation and Logistics (CTL), discusses challenges to dominant distribution design: decentralization, digitization, and the Omni Channel.
Professor R. Scott Kemp is looking at how to move past traditional technical modes of verification by using open source literature as a way to detect clandestine nuclear programs.
Professor Jacopo Buongiorno discusses a new offshore floating nuclear power plant concept that achieves unprecedented levels of safety.
The aim of this video lesson is to make it easier for students to understand an introduction to the concept of Multiple Regression Analysis, MRA, based on a property valuation setting.
A new kind of nerve interface gives the wearer, Igor Spetic, a sense of touch at 20 spots on his prosthetic hand.
Five-decades of pioneering women MIT alumnae gathered on the weekend of Oct 5-6 to rejoice and celebrate their special experiences as residents of McCormick Hall.
An interview with MIT graduate student Philip Ewing who talks about how he decided to become an architect, his interest in the field of Computation and what winning the Robert R. Taylor Fellowship has meant to his life.
Nazli Choucri, Professor of Political Science, Head of the Middle East Program, and Associate Director of the Technology and Development Program (TDP), discusses IR in 3-D: Political, Environmental, and Cyber.