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Richard K. Lester — Nuclear Innovation for the 21st Century

Richard K. Lester — Nuclear Innovat...

Nuclear Science and Engineering

Added 10 days ago | 00:58:54 | 285 views

Nuclear energy will be essential for achieving deep, rapid reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions. Today it produces almost two-thirds of all low-carbon electricity in the U.S. Nuclear power technology is highly reliable, easily s...

Nuclear Innovation for the 21st Century - Prof. Richard K. Lester

Nuclear Innovation for the 21st Cen...

Energy and Clean Tech Series

Added 13 days ago | 01:56:22 | 100 views

Nuclear energy will be essential for achieving deep, rapid reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions. Today it produces almost two-thirds of all low-carbon electricity in the U.S. Nuclear power technology is highly reliable, easily s...

2014 MIT Energy Minor Graduates

2014 MIT Energy Minor Graduates

Energy Minor

Added 24 days ago | 00:07:00 | 379 views

MITEI 2014 Graduates discussing their experience with the minor and goals for the future. Video: Chris DeSanty

Bringing Wireless Power to Industry

Bringing Wireless Power to Industry

Faculty Short-Clips

Added 1 month ago | 00:02:54 | 296 views

WiTricity CTO Morris Kesler discusses engaging with other companies to incorporate WiTricity technology into their products.

Connecting Through MIT

Connecting Through MIT

Faculty Short-Clips

Added 1 month ago | 00:02:08 | 329 views

WiTricity CTO Morris Kesler discusses his company's MIT roots and the value of being connected to the larger MIT community.

Major Application Areas

Major Application Areas

Faculty Short-Clips

Added 1 month ago | 00:04:02 | 269 views

WiTricity CTO Morris Kesler discusses major applications for wireless charging technology.

A Wireless World

A Wireless World

Faculty Short-Clips

Added 1 month ago | 00:02:57 | 228 views

WiTricity CTO Morris Kesler discusses the technology behind wireless charging of personal electronics, automobiles, and medical devices.

The Growth Imperative: Plotting a Sustainable Energy Future for India

The Growth Imperative: Plotting a S...

MIT Energy Initiative

Added 1 month ago | 01:09:30 | 439 views

MITEI Energy Colloquium with Jairam Ramesh, Former Indian Minister for Rural Development, Visiting Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School Abstract The revival of rapid economic growth is an urgent imperative for India. At the same time, it is ...

The Science of Bouncing (Science Out Loud S1 Ep7)

The Science of Bouncing (Science Ou...

MIT+K12: FINALS

Added 5 months ago | 00:05:05 | 967 views

Think all squash balls bounce the same? Think again! John and Bjorn--er--I mean, Aaron and Brad, look into what makes things bounce better than others. Ready for some physics? LET'S BOUNCE! ---------- Awesome MIT videos on planes, aero...

How the Atmosphere Affects Climate Change - Professor Dan Cziczo - MIT - MIT Club of Northern California

How the Atmosphere Affects Climate ...

Energy and Clean Tech Series

Added 5 months ago | 01:23:19 | 901 views

What are the roles of greenhouse gases, small particles and clouds? It has been known for over a century that greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane warm the planet by trapping heat. What is not as well known is that part...

What We KNOW About Climate Change - Prof. Kerry Emanuel - MIT Club of Northern California

What We KNOW About Climate Change -...

Energy and Clean Tech Series

Added 7 months ago | 01:29:59 | 873 views

Professor Kerry Emanuel has been known for his "Show me the data!" approach to climate science. In this talk, he will present a long term, evidence-driven view of Earth's climate change, culminating in a discussion of current risks and i...

Dennis Whyte

Dennis Whyte

Research Thumbnails

Added 8 months ago | 00:03:14 | 984 views

Professor Dennis Whyte discuses a methodological breakthrough that allows measurement of patterns and changes in materials in the fusion environment.

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