Information on the Zero Robotics High School Tournament objectives and format.Read more at: http://www.zerorobotics.org/web/zero-robotics/home-public
Announcement of the winner of YouPitch at the MIT 100K Grand Finale Show 2011. Held at Kresge Auditorium on May 11.
The YouPitch competition's video from last years finale with all the important updates for 2012.
A video about last year's Catherine B. Reynolds Youpitch contest with a few updates for 2012
Trips to Portugal and India were the highlights of Yiting Shen’s, MBA ’07, time at MIT Sloan—so much so that she went to India to work after graduation.Read more at: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/buildingthefuture/sloan-stories.php
Yiting Shen MIT Sloan '06: Fascinating to see panelists from current students and two sponsors from India and China lab.
Y-Z: Graduating Student Messages 2008
Woodie Flowers hosts the 1981 competition for his famous "Introduction to Design" class.
MIT EECS - Texas Instruments Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Rui Jin presented his SuperUROP project titled "Wireless Charging with an Energy-Constrained Source" at the SuperUROP poster session held on Dec. 6, 2012 at the MIT Grier Room, 34-401. Rui Jin's ...
The MIT Logarhythms (Student Division) a cappella singing group are joined by the Logs Alums for a hearty and humorous rendition of 'Superlogs' to a packed house of responsive fans. Logs Winter Concert: Dec. 13, 2012, Kresge Auditorium.
Dr. Steven Chu, US Secretary of EnergyWednesday November 30, 2011
Project Topic: Wigner Distribution Function and Integral Imaging Speakers: Michael McCanna, Shalin Mehta, Lei Tian, Michelle Lydia Kam Ye-Sien
Community, diversity, and Cambridge: Alumni explain why they chose MIT Sloan.Read more at: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/buildingthefuture/sloan-stories.php
The Chorallaries are MIT’s oldest coed a cappella group, started over January term in the ’76-’77 school year. Read more at: http://choral.scripts.mit.edu/wp/
Why does soap work to get the grease and dirt off of dirty pans and other things when water alone can't do the job?
Students discuss their experiences with the MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI).