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Back in 1979, the lofty interior of Lobby 7 filled with the harmonic majesty of Bach's Magnificat during a special midnight concert by the MIT Chamber Players. The ensemble, conducted by Professor Marcus Thompson, transformed Lobby 7 int...
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In 1976, MIT President Emeritus Julius A. Stratton delivers a talk titled Founders' Philosophies during an IAP event called "They Were There" that captures William Barton Rogers' bold educational mission. Dr. Stratton filled various role...
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Hard to believe that the Ray and Maria Stata Center celebrates its seventh anniversary on MIT's campus this March, 2011. Designed by world renowned architect Frank Gehry, this striking building—with its tilting towers, many-angled walls ...
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During the summer of 2006, student engineers representing countries around the world participated in the first Vehicle Design Summit held at MIT. Students used their passion and ingenuity to build electric, hydrogen, and human-powered ve...
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Needing advice on underwater photography, oceanographic researcher Jacques-Yves Cousteau went looking for MIT Professor Harold "Doc" Edgerton. With Cousteau, Edgerton produced the first underwater time-lapse photography and developed sid...
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In the late 1980s, Stephen A. Benton began generating synthetic holograms from 3-D digital databases. This video features archive footage of Benton and his early holograms including the iconic 3-D image of a green car floating in front o...
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Founded by Professor Barry Vercoe in 1973, the MIT Experimental Music Studio was the first facility to have digital computers dedicated to full time research of computer music. In this video, Professor Vercoe explains how this burgeoning...
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Founder of MIT’s Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS), Gyorgy Kepes reflects on how witnessing the horrors of WWI as a youth influenced his work as a painter, designer, photographer, and writer. Born in Hungary in 1906, Kepes emigra...
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In 2010, the world-renowned MIT Media Lab expanded into a new six-floor structure with approximately 163,000 square feet of laboratory, office, and meeting space designed by architect, Fumihiko Maki. This time-lapse video showcases the u...
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MIT faculty, students, and administrators share their thoughts on the importance of innovation in fueling economic growth. To view complete coverage of MIT's 2010 Innovation Roundtable, visit the Alumni Association collection on ...
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MIT Family Weekend (Oct. 21, 1989), featuring speakers Phillip Morrison, Phyllis Morrison, Paul E. Gray and Harry West. In the first presentation titled "Footprints in the Rock" Philip and Phyllis Morrison demonstrate the essence of scie...
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