Noa Ben-Zvi, LGO '14 and Tel Aviv University (Electrical Engineering) '07, talks about her ongoing internship in the central sterile supply department at Massachusetts General Hospital. MGH is the top-ranked hospital in the USA and has had a partnership with MIT for ...
Ben Polak, LGO '14 and Haverford College (Physics) '07, describes his ongoing LGO internship at Nike in Beaverton, Oregon. Ben's project focuses on Nike's retail replenishment process, in particular how they can customize their inventory strategy to deal with the ...
Gold Truong, LGO '14 and Columbia University (Applied Mathematics) '08, talks about her ongoing internship project at Amazon in Seattle. Gold is working in Amazon's outbound transportation area. She describes her project as very quantitative. It draws on her logistic ...
The MIT Glass Lab is administratively co-sponsored by the Materials Processing Center and the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.
Learning the difference between kinetic and static friction.
Michael Bove, principal research scientist at MIT Media Lab, discusses Holographic TV.
Michael Bove, principal research scientist at MIT Media Lab, discusses instantiating the future at MIT's Object Based Media Group.
Michael Bove, principal research scientist at MIT Media Lab, discusses Narratarium: Environmental Displays
Michael Bove, principal research scientist at MIT Media Lab, discusses user interfaces that disappear.
Vicky Diadiuk, Principal Research Engineer at Microsystems Technology Lab, discusses MTL: Microsystems that do big jobs.
Michael Bove, principal research scientist at MIT Media Lab, discusses 3D displays and the digital resurrection of Pepper's Ghost.
Tim Grove's research focus is on the processes that have led to the chemical differentiation of the crust and mantle of the Earth and on the processes of formation and evolution of the interiors of other planets, including the moon, Mars, Mercury and meteorite parent bodies. A professor of ...
Sarvesh Garimella is a graduate student interested in using laboratory studies and models to understand how natural and anthropogenic aerosols affect the formation and persistence of ice and mixed-phase clouds in the atmosphere and ultimately the climate system.Video by Helen Hill, MIT
A clip-on camera that snaps a picture every 30 seconds.
Did you know that glaciers hold nearly two percent of Earth's water?
You can create your own mini flashlight.
A time-lapse video showing the day of the memorial service for fallen MIT Police Officer Sean Collier on April 24, 2013. This video was shot from Westgate, an MIT dormitory building. See more video from around campus on the day of the memorial: ...