Neil Gershenfeld is director of the MIT Center for Bits and Atoms
An ear for music, it turns out, might be a key to making structural improvements in synthetic materials.
Karp discusses his team's new medical adhesive that is safe enough for an infant's delicate skin.
ChemLab Boot Camp follows 14 MIT freshmen as they face the challenges of learning chemistry the MIT way.
A short documentary on the Bose-Einstein Condensate work done in Wolfgang Ketterle's lab.
A reflection of work at MIT, the University of Michigan and other institutions on small satellites.
MIT, Intel, Mass. Gov. Patrick push to make Bay State a hotbed for next-wave information-science companies.
Harvard Provost Alan Garber and MIT Provost L. Rafael Reif tell Emily Rooney how the groundbreaking collaboration promises to change online education.
The Bridge Project is a collaboration between the Koch Institute and the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCC)
In this video, LGO Program Director Don Rosenfield invites you to register to attend "The Future of Manufacturing in the U. S." conference in May 2012.
Pierre Azoulay, an economist at MIT Sloan, studies how life scientists work - or, more precisely, what makes them work well.
Evan Ziporyn introducing the New Music Marathon at MIT which took place during the 2011 MIT Festival of Art, Science and Technology (FAST).
FAST was a prominent feature of the MIT150 events, a festival celebrating MIT's unique confluence of Art, Science and Technology.
MIT Professor Tod Machover, Director of FAST, discusses the Festival of Art, Science and Technology, a prominent feature of MIT's 150th celebration.
FAST Light, the finale event of the three-month-long Festival of Art + Science + Technology, illuminated MIT's campus and the Charles River on May 7-8, 2011.