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This talk was given on April 6, 2010 as part of the MITEI Seminar Series, sponsored by IHS-CERA. - About the Speaker - The John A. Newman Professor of Physical Science at Cornell, Frank DiSalvo is the co-director of the Center for Fut...
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In this video, MIT researchers add ammonium chloride in solution to the tunable gel, changing the gel's color. Washing the ammonium chloride away returns the gel to its original color. Full storyVideo / Youngjong Kang
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This talk was given on May 4, 2010 as part of the MITEI Seminar Series, sponsored by IHS-CERA. - Abstract - The world is beginning a long, and certainly painful, transition between the fossil energy sources, particularly petroleum, that ...
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We are living through a Sputnik moment in our nation’s history, where we have witnessed multiple wake up calls with regards to the need for innovating in energy technologies. ARPA-E was created to address this need by investing in high-...
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After over two decades in front of the classroom, Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management JoAnne Yates is spending some time in the dean’s office. Long known for her research on organizational communications -- particularly how it i...
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High-speed videography, developed by MIT researchers, reveals how a rat uses its whiskers to explore a textured surface. An automated algorithm is used to analyze the whisker micromotions, which are thought to underlie rats’ highly deve...
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This mechanical model of the phalarope beak, showing its transport of a micro-liter droplet, helped MIT researchers discover how the bird propels food upwards to its throat. Video taken at 2000 fps, slowed down to 30 fps. More infoVIDEO...
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In this video, a strip of tape is peeled off of a surface (from left to right), forming a triangular tear. Video/ Pedro Reis, MIT Full news story. Frustrated by tape that won't peel off the roll in a straight line? Angry at wallpaper th...
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Check out 12 videos from various areas of ongoing research in the Department ofMaterials Science & Engineering.Video Credits:1. Aislinn Sirk, Sadoway Group2. Ardavan Oskooi, Johnson Group (Math Dept, Nanostructures & Computation...
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