Recorded Feb. 13, 2013
MIT Museum's Friday After Thanksgiving (F.A.T.) Chain Reaction is a one-of-a-kind, must-be-seen-to-be-believed engineering feat.
Each spring semester, 2.007 — officially known as Design and Manufacturing I, a required course for mechanical engineering students — culminates in a robot competition. The graduating class of 2012 looks back. Find the course on MIT OpenCourseWare: ...
10/15/2008 7:00 PM 32"123Eric Jay Dolin, Ph.D. '95, Author: Leviathan: A History of Whaling in America; Michael Moore, Woods Hole Oceanographic InstitutionDescription: This two"part lecture provides a brief illustrated journey through our whaling past, and the ...
10/15/2008 8:00 PM 32"123Doug Fraser, Cape Cod Times; Michael Moore, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Jeremy Firestone, University of Delaware; Robin Craig, Florida State University College of Law; Max Strahan, Whale Safe USA; Wil Burns, Journal of International ...
Nuclear Power: New Markets and New Applications A Workshop on the Opportunities for Different Size Reactors in the Global Nuclear Enterprise Date and Time: Friday March 6, 2009, 1:00 - 5:00 PM The MIT Energy Conference 2009 "Nuclear Power: New Markets and New ...
Keynote Panel Session with Professor Ernest Moniz (MIT, Moderator), Theodore Roosevelt IV (Barclays Bank), Atul Arya (BP), and J. Wayne Leonard (Entergy)
Panel Session with Professor Henry Lee (Harvard, Moderator), Anna Rath (Ceres), Bill Jorgenson (SJH & Co.), and Blake Simmons (Sandia National Laboratories)
Keynote with U.S. Representative, Jay Inslee
Panel Session with Professor Joanna Lewis (Georgetown University, Moderator), Lawrence Jones (Areva T&D), Dan Goldman (GreatPoint Energy), and Neha Misra (The Energy and Resources Institute, TERI)
Panel Session with John Parsons (MIT, Moderator), Matthew Nordan (Lux Research), Ali Nourai (American Electric Power), Gary Colello (Premium Power)
Panel Session with Professor Daniel Snow (Harvard, Moderator), John Casesa (Casesa Shapiro Group), Sven Thesen (Better Place), and John Viera (Ford Motor Company)
Panel Session with Harvey Michaels (MIT, Moderator), Tim Healy (EnerNOC), Bernard Neenan (EPRI), and Sue Coakley (Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships Inc.)