History of MIT
Channel | updated February 18, 2014
Videos from the MIT archive
Videos from the MIT archive
Within the Department of Materials Science and Engineering lives a place where students can come and put their materials knowledge into practice. The Foundry at MIT provides a space for students, faculty and staff to come innovate and create.
A silent film produced by MIT in 1934 to introduce viewers to the Institute.
A historical view of MIT from its beginnings in Back Bay to the 1970's.
Historical footage from the Phi Beta Epsilon fraternaty (no sound).
MIT hosted a Mid-Century Convocation and invited Winston Churchill to speak.
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.
Oral history interview with Jamshied Sharifi, MIT Class of 1983, second director of the MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble, 1985-1992, composer, keboard player, producer and arranger. Interviewed by Forrest Larson, MIT Video Productions studio. Topics include: family and ...
Take a look at the life and effect that Harold "Doc" Edgerton had on MIT and the world.
Full interview with Frank Adorney about the conception, development and fabrication of the Hudson 8 and Hudson 9 slide rule. This rule, invented by James R. "Pop" Bland, a mathematics professor at the U.S. Naval Academy, was the prototype for the famous Keuffel ...
The wind Tunnel has proven instrumental in the examination of aerospace, architectural, vehicular, sports and other engineering systems
MIT's Phillip Sharp on Kendall Square's growth over the last four decades.
Other than the academics, take a look at what makes up an MIT student.
Wolpert was a pioneer in digital stewardship, bringing to the MIT community a deep understanding of scholarship, of research, and of the library’s broader mission to preserve and disseminate knowledge.
This film traces the story of the Center for Cancer Research (CCR) at MIT, from its founding in the early 1970s to its transition to the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research in 2007.
MIT's Building 20 was called "The Magical Incubator" for its use to create some historical inventions at MIT, such as RADAR.
Meet some of the MIT students who each year welcome thousands of visitors to campus.
Oral history interview with Barry Vercoe, MIT Professor Emeritus of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT, founding member of the MIT Media Lab, and computer music pioneer and composer. Interviewed by Forrest Larson and Christopher Ariza, MIT Video Productions studio. Topics ...
Excerpt from an interview with Frank Adorney about U.S. Naval Academy professor James R. "Pop" Bland and the invention of a new slide rule, the Hudson 8 and the Hudson 9, prototypes of the Keuffel & Esser Deci-Lon, the last major slide rule introduced by ...