Robots go head to head, 250 miles above Earth
January 25, 2012Third annual Zero Robotics competition pits robots against each other on the International Space Station.
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Seeing through walls
October 17, 2011Researchers at MIT’s Lincoln Lab have developed new radar technology that provides real-time video of what’s going on behind solid walls.
Faster computer graphics
June 9, 2011Digitally mimicking the photographic blur caused by moving objects is surprisingly hard, but new research offers ways to make it easier.
Waste-conversion startup Sanergy bowls over competition
May 12, 2011Wild-card entry takes top prize in $100K Business Plan Competition
3 Questions: Why Richard Feynman’s lectures still mesmerize
April 19, 2011MIT Professor Robert Jaffe reflects on Feynman’s classic lectures five decades later, as the videos are released online.
With move to Kaltura, MIT TechTV now supports closed captions
December 2, 2010Makes videos accessible to those who are deaf or hard of hearing, as well as those who use English as a second language.
Also labeled: Campus services
Teaching with Technology website adds video services portal
September 8, 2010Gathers information for faculty and students about video resources and services at MIT
McGovern Institute video wins CINE Golden Eagle Award
July 7, 2010
Fred Salvucci on a sustainable transportation policy
March 16, 2010from Transportation@MIT
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At Davos, MIT faculty discuss the nature of intelligence
January 28, 2010Videos available of professors' presentations at World Economic Forum