The saying goes, studying at MIT is like 'drinking from a firehose.' Hear from experts in their fields in these webinars presented by the MIT Museum Nord Anglia team.
Approximately one hour in length. Designed for middle and high school students, appropriate for adults as well.
Walking Among the Stars Dr. Kimberly Arcand shows us the cosmos in ways we have never seen before through her research as visualization lead for NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory.
Building a Better World with Biology Dr. Ritu Raman describes her path to becoming a bioengineer, and offers a tour of her research as a postdoctoral researcher in MIT's Langer Lab.
Designing for Developing and Emerging Markets Dr. Amos Winter of the Global Engineering and Research Laboratory in MIT's Department of Mechanical Engineering talks about product design for developing and emerging markets.
Autonomous Science: Programming Robotic Explorers Marlyse Reeves describes her path to MIT and her graduate work as a student in MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and in the Model-based Embedded and Robotic Systems (MERS) Group, as well as takes us through her research into robots and human-robot interactions.