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This is a culture flask being shaken in front of a video camera. The dark whorls are actually light backscattering off elongated microbes locally aligned with the turbulent flow. Video / Marcos, Seymour, Luhar, Durham, Mitchell, Macke an...
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These days, surgeons are trained in implanting artificial skin on burn patients thanks to the pioneering work of Ioannis V. Yannas, MIT professor of polymer science and engineering, and trauma surgeon Dr. John F. Burke, who established t...
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Author of Why So Slow? The Advancement of Women (MIT Press, 1998), Dr. Virginia Valian visited MIT to discuss why women continue to lag behind men in professional advancement. In this excerpt, Dr. Valian examines how an "accumulation of ...
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MIT professor Robert W. Mann, an engineer and former rocket scientist, developed the world's first biomedical prosthetic device. In the 1960s, Mann helped produce a complex prosthetic elbow that joined an electromechanical device with re...
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Recording of our IAP 2011 Final Competition. All music featured is by MIT band, The Füture - Kevin Rustagi, '11 on drums, Rehan Mallick and Mark Ellis on Guitar. Download the tracks for free at http://therockepic.com or to use their mus...
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Kent Kresa, former chief executive and chairman of the board of the Northrop Grumman Corporation, gave the second School of Engineering Distinguished Lecture on December 1, 2010, at 4:45 pm in 10-250. Kresa's accomplishments as an engin...
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This video illustrates the basic operation of a Model Predictive Control (MPC)-based semi-autonomous control framework. In the upper plot, the vehicle's trail is shown in blue while the MPC-predicted hazard avoidance maneuver is shown in...
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