What if materials could defy gravity, so that we could leave them suspended in mid-air?
Kwon is celebrated concert pianist, a martial arts expert and Nike fitness model and a lecturer at MIT
Whitehead Institute Director David Page appears on Comedy Central's The Colbert Report to engage in a little lively banter about the future of the human Y chromosome.
Geobiologist, and Hayes Career Dev. Assoc. Professor in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences, Tanja Bosak studies microbial fossils to understand the parallel evolution of life and the environment. She also undertakes laboratory experiments on modern microbes to ...
A brief discussion by Stephen Connors, director of the Analysis Group for Regional Energy Alternatives (AGREA).
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?
Students discuss their experiences with the MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI).
Formerly The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab, the new MIT Game Lab begins October 1st 2012.
This conference highlighted MIT’s role in both understanding and shaping the digital economy.
Since 2001, Lodovica Illari and her colleague John Marshall have worked to make rotating fluid dynamics more intuitive for undergraduate students studying weather and climate, using a demonstration aptly named "Weather in a Tank."
Ceramic forms of hydrophobic materials could be far more durable than existing coatings or surface treatments.
A brief discussion with John Lienhard, the Samuel C. Collins Professor of Mechanical Engineering.
Art Baggeroer & Henrik Schmidt
Rear Adm. Richard Pittenger, USN
Symposium on the Arctic Ocean
Physicist Walter Lewin shares his personal insights into major works of art from the first quarter of the 20th century.
An interesting feature on the MIT Professor Emeritus of Physics by LaInformacion.com.
MIT Media Lab researchers have created a new imaging system that can acquire visual data at a rate of one trillion frames per second. That's fast enough to produce a slow-motion video of light traveling through objects.