Samuel Thompson discusses his research on designing new tools to track the movement of proteins within cells.
Samuel Thompson brings a sense of play to his science research that he traces back to his love of the performing arts and his early exposure to science as a child.
MIT students perform the Piano Trio No. 1 in E flat Major composed by Ludwig Beethoven. Bravo to flutist Vivian Liu, cellist Sae Jang (cello heaven), and pianist Yimin Chen. And thanks to their coach Jean Rife. Four movements: Allegro, Adagio Cantabile, Scherzo, and Presto. Killian ...
MIT students perform the String Sextet No. 1 in B flat Major composed by Johannes Brahms. Bravo to violinists Ari Umans and David Somach, violists Stephen Chang and Carolyn Chang, cellists Sunny Wicks and Kyle Miller. And thanks to their coach Marcus thompson. Last two ...
Students show how household robots could use a little lateral thinking to compensate for their physical shortcomings.
This video uses Man-Vehicle Lab's human centrifuge to discuss centripetal force and countermeasures for astronaut bone and muscle loss in space.
MIT hosted a full day of activities on Feb. 14, 2013 for 232 American Junior Academy of Science delegates who were in Boston to attend the academy’s annual conference.
PhD candidate Tyler DeWitt discusses how scientists could better focus on communicating their main ideas through appealing narratives.
Panel discusses what’s the right price for a college education? And what is its value?
Jacqueline Durazo, a mechanical engineering major, discusses her work building robots and participating in pageants.
MIT’s third annual Diversity Summit addressed the complexities of meritocracy on Jan. 30, 2013.
Panel Discussion: “Disability as an Aspect of Diversity: Navigating Higher Education with a Disability” Moderator: Kathleen Monagle, Associate Dean, Disability Services; Prashanth Venkataram Course 8 Year 3; David Hayden Course 6 ...