MIT students work to design and test a model artificial gravity vehicle.
Researchers have developed a model called Artemis that accurately simulates rover mobility over various types of soil and terrain.
MIT's noted public art, which may be enjoyed by the MIT community and visitors alike, includes numerous outstanding examples of works by major artists.
MIT Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Sangbae Kim describes his cutting-edge research in the area of biomimetics.
The Spring 2013 shrinking cities studio BALTIMORE INVERSIONS questioned the current peculiar condition where urbanity is outmatched by reality. Taking a former petroleum refinery site whose owners themselves wish to invert the site's history as an oil refinery and its ...
The Spring 2012 shrinking cities studio examined the "privatopolis" of SAUGET, ILLINOIS. Directly across the Mississippi River from Eero Saarinen's St. Louis Arch, Sauget embodies the multiple paradoxes of American urbanism: a municipality with only 300 people, ruled ...
An overview of MIT's Engineering Systems Division.
Researchers at the MIT Biomimetic Robotics Lab are working on a "cheetah" robot.
Loizos Michael at the University of Cyprus talks about the basis of biological computing, using ants. By MacGregor Campbell '09.
It's a rough life playing catcher on a baseball team -- they spend most of the game crouched down, taking foul tips and bounced pitches off the body. But a few players on the MIT team are trying to do something about it. Dan Hyatt and Mike Vasquez talk about their work in MIT's Sports ...
MIT Media Lab student Amit Zoran creates a guitar that can be a hundred guitars in one. By Stephanie Dutchen '09, Annie Glausser '09 and Lisa Song '09.
Morgan Sherburne visits a bowling alley to learn about physics - both the manufacture of and use of the ball.
Annie Glausser '09 and Anne-Marie Corley '09 investigate pain relief through the Alexander Technique.
MIT Professor Katharina Ribbeck discusses her work with mucus, a type of slime. She specifically researches the way mucus plays a role in pregnancy and preterm labor.
Liz Nolan is the Pfizer-Laubach Career Development Assistant Professor at MIT. Here, she discusses her work with bacteria, and the ways in which they can be both harmful and beneficial to the human body.
MIT study sheds light on what causes compulsive behavior, could improve OCD treatments.