Ceramic forms of hydrophobic materials could be far more durable than existing coatings or surface treatments.
MIT EECS - Draper Laboratory Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Gustavo Goretkin presented his project titled "Asymptotically Optimal Motion Planning for Dynamical Systems" at the Dec. 6, 2012 SuperUROP poster session held at the MIT Grier Room, 34-401. Mr. ...
MIT EECS - Analog Devices Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Lyne Tchapmi Petse presented her SuperUROP project titled "Low Energy Radio for Vital Signs Transmission from the Ear to a Smart-phone" at the Dec. 6, 2012, SuperUROP poster session at the MIT ...
MIT EECS - Angle Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Annie Holladay presented her project titled "Object Placement as Inverse Motion Planning" at the Dec. 6, 2012, SuperUROP poster session held in the MIT Grier Room, 34-401. Ms. Holladay's advisors are EECS ...
MIT EECS - MediaTek USÅ Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Somak Das presented his SuperUROP project titled "Code in the Air: Programming Smartphones from the Cloud" at the SuperUROP poster session on Dec. 6, 2012 at the MIT Grier Room, 34-401. ...
Harnessing the principle that allows blood to clot, MIT researchers are working on new synthetic materials to plug holes.
Lemelson student prize application video.
Scalable nanopatterned surfaces designed by MIT researchers could make for more efficient power generation and desalination.
Satra Ghosh is a research scientist in John Gabrieli's lab at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT. In this video, Satra talks about his research on mild traumatic brain injury in U.S. soldiers. [Stock footage/music: U.S. Department of Defense, Satra Ghosh, shockwave-sound.com]
Bill recaps a talk about immigration and entrepreneurship, and there are some competitions approaching.
With the 10^5 Competition, MIT's Vehicle Design Summit (VDS) will leverage distributed innovation to build a better car.
Time Magazine has awarded Bounce Imaging for creating one of the most inventive technologies for 2012.
Examining the International Development Innovation Network (IDIN), and the Comprehensive Initiative on Technology Evaluation (CITE)
We're halfway through Fall 2012 courses and things are heating up. We have exciting news from Hubspot, MIT gets a great article written about us in the Boston Magazine, and Bill comments on new entrepreneurial studies released in the past few months.