Added over 1 year ago | 00:02:52 | 1223 views
Elizabeth Day is a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) at MIT. A deep-Earth seismologist, Day is particularly interested in the structure and behavior of the Earth's mantle. Workin...
Added almost 2 years ago | 00:04:06 | 1213 views
Hilke Schlichting's research interests are wide-ranging, spanning all aspects of planet formation theory, extrasolar planets, and solar system dynamics. Recent work has concerned the study of small objects in the Kuiper belt using archi...
Added 1 year ago | 00:53:40 | 1197 views
RLE Immersion was created to bring RLE research groups together, to increase exposure to one another, and to showcase research within RLE in a new and engaging way. Starting in the Fall of 2013, RLE will be featuring all 7 research theme...
Added over 1 year ago | 00:55:13 | 1166 views
I will present three examples that illustrate sensory gating, integration and prediction. In the first, I will report on work done at Stanford on task switching and integration of visual information in prefrontal cortex. The second exa...
Added 2 years ago | 00:03:01 | 1145 views
Tuomas Tammela explains the science behind his fascinating image, A Dangerous Meeting: Blood Vessels and a Tumor Come Together. Tuomas's image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards. See all the winn...
Added 2 years ago | 00:03:08 | 1141 views
Kwabena Badu-Nkansah explains the science behind his beautiful image, Feel the Pulse: Smooth Muscle Cells Respond to Stretching Forces. Kwabena image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards. See all t...
Added almost 2 years ago | 00:03:47 | 1131 views
Mike Eddy is a second year geology student working in Sam Bowring's Isotope Geochemistry and Geochronology Lab. In this video he shares the projects he has been working on, the science of dating rocks, and his experience as an EAPS gradu...
Added over 2 years ago | 00:04:13 | 1121 views
Paul Chang, Assistant Professor of Biology at MIT, explains his lab's recent discovery that the protein PARP16 plays an important role in the cell's response to unfolded proteins, and could be a target for future cancer therapies.
- Architecture & Planning
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Finance & Economics
- Global Awareness & Action
- How To
- Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
- International Affairs
- Just for Fun/Humor
- Life at MIT
- MIT Alum
- National Security
- Public Policy
- Videoblogging or Autobiographical