MIT alum and physicist Ronald E. McNair, who was the second African American to enter space, was first a kid with big dreams in Lake City, S.C.
STS-61 was the first Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission and launched on Dec. 2, 1993.
The wind Tunnel has proven instrumental in the examination of aerospace, architectural, vehicular, sports and other engineering systems
Highlights the history for the Council for the Arts at MIT and looking toward the future.
Impressions from 4 days of celebrating the inauguration of MIT's 17th president L. Rafael Reif
Chair: Steve Robinson Co-Chair: Sasha Efremov Panelists: Judith Burki-Cohen, Jim Lackner, Paul DiZio, John Tylko, Jay Buckey, Conrad Wall
Chair: Aaron Johnson Co-Chair: Torin Clark Panelists: Current MVL Students, introducing their posters to be shown at the reception
Chair: Jeff Hoffman Co-Chair: Julie Shah Panelists: Roedolph Opperman, Alex Stimpson, Jaime Mateus, Thaddeus Fulford-Jones, Victor Wang
Chair: Larry Young Co-Chair: Greg Zacharias Panelists: Ken Li or Wendy Spector, Philip Kilpatrick, Lew Nashner, Peter Benjamin, Howard Hermann
Chair: Chuck Oman Co-Chair: Eli Gai Panelists: Chas Burr, John Tole, Susan Riedel, Elazer Edelman, Sasha Efremov, Bob Renshaw
Chair: Steve Bussolari Co-Chair: Bob Kenyon Panelists: Mark Kulbaski, Divya Chandra, Keoki Jackson, Mark Shelhamer, Ed Marcus
Chair: Dava Newman Co-Chair: Dan Merfeld Panelists: Peter Diamandis (video), Ted Liefeld, Chris Carr, Jason Richards, Mindy Gallo Eckman, Erika Wagner, Corinna Lathan