Christopher Caplice, Executive Director of the Center for Transportation and Logistics (CTL), discusses digitization and customization impact on supply chain.
Professor R. Scott Kemp is looking at how to move past traditional technical modes of verification by using open source literature as a way to detect clandestine nuclear programs.
Professor Jacopo Buongiorno discusses a new offshore floating nuclear power plant concept that achieves unprecedented levels of safety.
A new kind of nerve interface gives the wearer, Igor Spetic, a sense of touch at 20 spots on his prosthetic hand.
The International Development Design Summit is an intense, hands-on design experience that brings together people from all over the world and all walks of life to create technologies and enterprises that improve the lives of people living in poverty.
D-Lab is building a global network of innovators to design and disseminate technologies that meaningfully improve the lives of people living in poverty.
A freshmen general institute requirement tries a novel approach to assessment.
Al Oppenheim speaks about teaching innovations derived from using the MITx platform in 6.341
Innovations in Health Care Conference, 2013.The Technology and the Corporations Conference Series is sponsored by the MIT Industrial Liaison Program.
Transparent displays have a variety of potential applications -- such as the ability to see navigation or dashboard information while looking through the windshield of a car or plane, or to project video onto a window or a pair of eyeglasses.
This animation shows density layers in the South China Sea being perturbed by the regular back-and-forth tidal flow through the Luzon Strait.
What is circular motion, and how does it work? Learn the math behind it!
MIT EMBA program director Jonathan Lehrich describes a typical weekend schedule, including courses, career and social events, and student-organized "fireside chats."
Year Up provides urban young adults with the skills, experience, and support that empower them to reach their potential. Two IS&T employees, Carl Azor and Greg Walton, talk about how Year Up prepared them for their work as IT consultants.
What is the role of the traditional New England fishery in the ever-increasing global economy? How do local New Bedford fishing families stay afloat while competing with larger industry and keeping up with changing government regulations?
Tom Buehler The NETMIT group at MIT develops a new technology that can see through walls, performing 3D motion tracking. The technology has applications in gaming, elderly monitoring, and gesture-based user interfaces.