Experience photography as a tool for communicating about—and inspiring a passion for—science and technology.
Press a pedal or turn a crank and you’ll put Ganson’s machines into motion.
Explore the ideas that shaped Artificial Intelligence and the birth of robotics, fields that are synonymous with research at MIT.
View and interact with selected works from the MIT Museum’s comprehensive holography collection in Holography: Dimensions of Light.
Through one student project, explore how architects, designers and artists are redefining practices, pioneering techniques, and experimenting with material properties, while asking the questions:
Inventive projects and kinetic sculpture by MIT students exemplify the Institute’s legendary values of creativity, ingenuity, and practical problem solving.
Focusing on the scars of history, French photographer Patrick Tourneboeuf uses his view camera to photograph people through what they leave behind them--places where people live and then sometimes they desert.
Santiago Ramón y Cajal made transformative discoveries of the anatomy of the brain and nervous system, work that led to his receiving a Nobel Prize in 1906. This founder of modern neuroscience was also an exceptional artist.
See what the MIT Museum is planning for this groundbreaking exhibition tracing the legacy of influential naval engineer Nathaneal Greene Herreshoff.