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MIT150 Symposium Leaders in Science and Engineering: The Women of MIT Symposium Session Chair Sallie Chisholm - Lee and Geraldine Martin Professor of Environmental Studies and Professor of Biology, MIT Speakers Regina Barzilay - Associ...
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MIT150 Symposium Leaders in Science and Engineering: The Women of MIT Symposium Session 8 Chair Marc Kastner - Donner Professor of Science and Dean of the School of Science, MIT Speakers Robert J. Birgeneau - Chancellor of the Univ...
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2.009 is a senior Product Design class in Mechanical Engineering. The "Orange Team" is testing different methods for sorting coffee beans, including a fan-driven winnowing system. This is 800 FPS video of both good and bad beans traveli...
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This vintage film from 1936 shows the daily routines of work (and play) at MIT's surveying camp for civil engineering students. It was known affectionately as "Camp Technology" and for years was held at a site on the shores of Gardner La...
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At September's Alumni Leadership Conference, four Gordon Engineering Leaders (GELs) shared their experiences at a panel entitled "Student Life at MIT." In this video, Anthony Morelli, Noel Morales, Max Brand (GEL '11), and Tiffany Cheng ...
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Marine microbes — though invisible to the naked eye — perform functions that are vital for the health of the ocean. With no vision or hearing, they navigate their environment by following chemical signals. One of these chemicals, DMSP, e...
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The MIT Women's Technology Program (WTP) is a four-week summer academic and residential experience where female high school students explore engineering through hands-on classes, labs, and team-based projects in the summer after 11th gra...
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The strength of a protein-based materials like spider silk lies in the specific geometric configuration of structural proteins, which have small clusters of weak hydrogen bonds that work cooperatively to resist force and dissipate energy...
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