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Pierre Azoulay, an economist at MIT Sloan, studies how life scientists work - or, more precisely, what makes them work well.
MIT’s third annual Diversity Summit addressed the complexities of meritocracy on Jan. 30, 2013.
Jonathan Lehrich, MIT EMBA program director, answers the question, "Who is the MIT Executive MBA?" More info at http://emba.mit.edu/
MIT Sloan Executive Education professor Steve Eppinger describes his research into developing sustainable products. Learn more about professor Steve Eppinger.
11/07/2011 Stella McGregor, Director, Urbano Project (USA) Ploughshares from Swords - Social Sculpture and Cultural Agency Respondent: Gediminas Urbonas, ACT Associate Professor, MIT (USA) How does creative activism contribute to society? How do we moderate crises ...
A team of MIT researchers has developed a new way to generate nanofibers, using hardware built through standard chip-manufacturing processes.
An ear for music, it turns out, might be a key to making structural improvements in synthetic materials.
Demonstration of the spectrum of laser light from a He-Ne laser with external mirrors showing multiple frequencies associated with longitudinal modes of the cavity Demonstration of the polarization of the multiple frequencies being identical Demonstration of the effect of temperature, ...
MIT’s 39th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast Celebration took place on Feb. 6, 2013.
This event, the second in the Koch Institute's with/in/sight lecture series, featured three expert perspectives on new tools and devices being used in the management of cancer. The evening's speakers were: Barbara Smith, director of the Breast Program and Co-Director ...
With Michael GreenstoneAbout the event With its daylong MIT Environmental Research Forum held on December 15, 2011, the Environmental Research Council (ERC) fulfilled its charge from Provost L. Rafael Reif to "provide a detailed blueprint for building a strong ...
Heather Paxson, an associate professor in MIT's Anthropology Program, studies the people and culture behind the renaissance of artisanal cheese making in the United States.
Demonstration of a single mode fiber and light coupling into the fiber Demonstration of single mode transmission Demonstration of the effect of stress and bends applied to fiber showing light expelled by fiber Demonstration of the effect of bends and stress on single mode transmission
Demonstration of the operation of an argon ion laser Demonstration of the broad spectrum from an argon laser using an optical spectrum analyzer Demonstration of single-frequency operation using an intracavity etalon Demonstration of the effect of etalon tuning on the single-frequency output of ...
Introduction to lasers Demonstration of a simple laser with internal mirrors Demonstration of a laser with external mirrors, showing the effect of cavity misalignment
Shauna LaFauci Barry, Assistant Director of MIT Sloan Admissions, shares information on how to prepare your resume for your MBA application. For more information about the resume: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/mba/admissions/apply-here/instructions/
Shauna LaFauci Barry, Assistant Director of MIT Sloan Admissions, shares information on how to prepare for the two required applications. For more information about the two required essays: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/mba/admissions/apply-here/instructions/
Media Lab students and Director Joi Ito provide an overview of the uniqueness, impact, and magic that goes into Media Lab research, as part of the Lab's participation in the Aspen Ideas Festival 2012.