The MIT Glass Lab is located in the basement of the infinite corridor, in Room 4-003. Extracurricular classes are offered to the MIT community throughout the school year. The lab also hosts several sales throughout the year, as well as a lectureship and residency. Learn more about the Glass ...
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.
Speakers: Stephen Van Evera, Elizabeth Wood, Carol Saivetz, Bakyt Beshimov, Peter Krause, Jeanne Guillemin and Silvia Dominguez. Moderator: Richard Samuels
You can create your own mini flashlight.
Scenes from MIT's campus during the memorial ceremony for Officer Sean Collier on April 24, 2013.
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.
Used with permission from "Chronicle" (WCVB-Boston).
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.