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Kripa K. VaranasiDoherty Chair in Ocean UtilizationAssociate Professor of Mechanical EngineeringRead more: http://varanasi.mit.edu
Renée Richardson Gosline, assistant professor in the Sloan School of Management, discusses Valentine's Day gifts and how gift giving can be fraught with anxiety, especially if you decide to give a luxury item.
Prof. Richard Lester
Under the surface, English and Japanese have deep similarities, as MIT linguist Shigeru Miyagawa argues in his new book, Case, Argument Structure, and Word Order.
Unflat Pavilion by Nick Gelpi. FAST Festival, MIT, May 7-8, 2011. Music: Mediterranean Tango by Pasqualino Ubaldini, http://www.jamendo.com/en/album/82896.
Demonstration of two-beam interference using diverging beams in a Michelson interferometer Demonstration of various fringe patterns as a function of the alignment of the interferometer mirrors Change in fringe pattern as a function of path length difference
Demonstration of two-beam interference using collimated beams in a Michelson interferometer Demonstration of various fringe patterns as a function of the alignment of the interferometer mirrors Effect of mirror translation on fringe pattern using a piezoelectric driver
Demonstration of the operation of a cw dye laser pumped by an argon laser Demonstration of the wide tuning capability of the dye laser from green to yellow to red
The school year marks the end of study and the start of action! The Beehive Cooperative hosts MIT-companies for Summer 2012.
Scientists at MIT and Oxford University have shown that the motility of phytoplankton — which are tiny ocean plants — helps them determine their fate in ocean turbulence.
Ian Waitz, MacVicar Faculty Fellow and dean of MIT's School of Engineering, shares his perspectives on current trends in engineering education.
The cheese aisle of your local supermarket is an unlikely place to study a classic political problem: How do we balance state power with individual freedom? But for those with a trained eye, the variety, flavors, and textures of the products available have much to tell us. Cheese, says Heather ...
Professor Susan SolomonEllen Swallow Richards Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry and Climate Science at MITDean of Science's Colloquium: “The World’s Chemistry in Our Hands: Global Environmental Challenges Past and Future”September 13, 2012 Humans ...
Pedro Reis, assistant professor of mechanical engineering and civil and environmental engineering, describes the research activity in his Elasticity, Geometry, & Statistics Laboratory at MIT.