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Scientists at MIT, Massachusetts General Hospital, Living Proof, and Olivo Labs have developed a new material that can temporarily protect and tighten skin, and smooth wrinkles. With further development, it could also be used to deliver drugs to help treat skin conditions such as eczema and other types of dermatitis. (Learn more: http://mitsha.re/4bKe3002OEA) Video: Melanie Gonick/MIT XPL face footage courtesy of: Olivo Labs, LLC. XPL animation courtesy of: Olivo Labs, LLC. Music sampled from, "Subdivision of the Masses" by Philipp Weigl http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Philipp_Weigl/Sound-trax/Subdivision_of_the_Masses http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Engineering Cambridge, Massachusetts http://web.mit.edu/ 2. Boston University College of Engineering Boston, Massachusetts http://www.bu.edu/ 3. Tufts University School of Engineering Medford, Massachusetts https://www.tufts.edu/ 4. Northeastern University College of Engineering Boston, Massachusetts https://www.northeastern.edu/ 5. Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Cambridge, Massachusetts http://www.harvard.edu/ 6. University of Massachusetts Amherst College of Engineering Amherst, Massachusetts http://www.umass.edu/ 7. Worcester Polytechnic Institute Worcester, Massachusetts https://www.wpi.edu/ 8. Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering Needham, Massachusetts http://www.olin.edu/ 9. University of Massachus...
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Taught by award-winning professor David Wallace, 2.009: Product Engineering Processes is a rigorous capstone class for undergraduates in the Mechanical Engineering program at MIT, bringing together everything students have learned along the way to develop a market-ready product together with a team of classmates. The final presentation is always a sold-out event, and teams often go on to start a company based on their products, or to sell their technology to another company. It is one of those iconic classes that those who take it never forget, an example of engineering education at its finest -- and most fun.
The Francis College of Engineering at the University of Massachusetts Lowell has a very unique opportunity. Being located in an area where industry is thriving and growing, the College is able to branch out and make its facilities, expertise, and students available to nearby industry partners. This close relationship with industry and manufacturing provides benefits for both the companies involved, as well as the students who participate in these collaborations, many of whom will be hire directly into the industry upon graduation. http://www.uml.edu/engineering/
Recitation 11: Op-Amps Instructor: Kendra Pugh View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-01SCS11 License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
This video documents the experience of the Course 1 - or Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) - undergraduates in the fall 2015 subject 1.101: Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering Design. This course is taught by Professor Pedro Reis.
Here is the top Universities for Civil Engineering courses. Top Universities in the world | Civil Engineering 1) Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) United States 2) Delft University of Technology The Netherlands 3)National University of Singapore (NUS) Singapore 4) Imperial College London United Kingdom 5) University of Cambridge United Kingdom 6) University of California, Berkeley (UCB) United States 7) Tsinghua University China 8) Stanford University United States 9) University of Hong Kong (HKU) Hong Kong 10) University of Tokyo Japan Subscribe for more videos
Lecture 1: Object-Oriented Programming Instructor: Dennis Freeman View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-01SCS11 License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
In MIT AeroAstro's Capstone Class, students take the skills and knowledge they've learned as undergraduates and integrate them. In this video, we follow the class from design to completion of a unique autonomous self-righting seaplane and floating charging station, which they produced for the Office of Naval Research.
Meet synthetic biologist, Christopher Voigt. His research could offer critical new products in human health, agriculture, and chemicals. And ultimately, it could serve “as a mechanism for tackling some of the big problems of the world.” Learn more at http://web.mit.edu/voigtlab/.
Professor Maria Yang has discovered valuable strategies and techniques for designing both consumer products and complex engineering systems, partnering with organizations such as NASA, Ferrari, and IBM. Based on her studies of the end-to-end design process, she has measured just how crucial early-stage sketching and prototyping are for success. Her work also considers how early-stage design can be effectively utilized during the integration of sub-systems in large-scale projects. The up-front understanding of these techniques can produce significantly better design outcomes, with greater efficiency.
The Department of Materials Science and Engineering (DMSE) at MIT are focused on teaching and learning in a hands on environment. Taking any element of the education process that isn’t “hands on” repackaging it and making it flexible for students. Working with industry and international partners to develop and implement new technologies in nanomaterials, medical devices, data, and to teach the science and engineering behind this research. Focusing on their new work in battery development, nano fibre technology and the ability to take MIT courses online, the DMSE are working hard to make education flexible and accessible to all their students.
The Central Artery/Tunnel Project (CA/T), known unofficially as the Big Dig, was a megaproject in Boston that rerouted the Central Artery (Interstate 93), as the chief highway through the heart of the city, into the 3.5-mile (5.6 km) Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Tunnel. The project also included the construction of the Ted Williams Tunnel (extending Interstate 90 to Logan International Airport), the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge over the Charles River, and the Rose Kennedy Greenway in the space vacated by the previous I-93 elevated roadway. Initially, the plan was also to include a rail connection between Boston's two major train terminals. The official planning phase started in 1982; the construction work was done between 1991 and 2006; and the project concluded on December 31, 20...
Spaceflight is exciting, and you don’t have to be a “Rocket Scientist” to share in the excitement! 16.00x makes the basics of spaceflight accessible to everyone. Take this course free on edX: https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-aerospace-engineering-mitx-16-00x-0 ABOUT THIS COURSE Spaceflight is exciting, and you don’t have to be a “Rocket Scientist” to share in the excitement! 16.00x makes the basics of spaceflight accessible to everyone. Join MIT Professor Jeffrey Hoffman, a former NASA astronaut who made five spaceflights and was the first astronaut to log 1000 hours on the Space Shuttle, as he teaches you the core principles behind space travel and exploration. The course will cover how rockets work, how spacecraft move in orbit, how we create artificial environments inside space...
Special thanks to our MIT students, Coral Bays-Muchmore, Sarah Liu, QeeQee Gao, Lisandro Jimenez, TJ Burns, and Jennifer Lee for their impressive workshops! Music by Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com/) Intro: "Pamgaea" Outro: "Exit the Premises" Background: "Groundwork" Website: www.davidleeedtech.org Twitter: twitter.com/davidleeedtech Instagram: instagram.com/davidleeedtech Blog: davidleeedtech.wordpress.com
MIT researchers have developed an algorithm for bounding that they've successfully implemented in a robotic cheetah. (Learn more: http://mitsha.re/YCipV) The MIT Cheetah 2 contains the custom electric motor designed by Jeffrey Lang, the Vitesse Professor of Electrical Engineering at MIT and the amplifier designed by David Otten, a principal research engineer in MIT’s Research Laboratory of Electronics. This work was supported by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Video: Melanie Gonick/MIT Additional footage: Hae-Won Park and José-Luis Olivares Stock media provided by Pond5.com Music sampled from "Spooky" by Alastair Cameron http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ala... http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...
Mathematics has played an important part at MIT since the founding of the Institute. Mathematics occupies a core intellectual position at MIT, an institution that is well known for its leadership in Science and Engineering. (Learn more about the MIT Mathematics: http://math.mit.edu/index.php) Video: Melanie Gonick, MIT News Music sampled from: Her breath (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/arizono_kazuhiro/EPV_070/) Artist/Composer: Arizono Kazuhiro http://soundcloud.com/arizono-kazuhiro http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/legalcode
In this year’s Class 2.12: Introduction to Robotics, taught by Professor Harry Asada and Professor Kamal Youcef-Toumi, undergraduate students joined forces to build a robot that could emulate complex human movement in a soccer-themed final competition, pushing the boundaries of their mathematics, physics, and mechanical engineering know-how.
MIT scientists, along with architects and wood processors from England and Canada, are looking for ways to turn bamboo into a construction material more akin to wood composites, like plywood. (Learn more: http://bit.ly/WCNN7e) Such bamboo products are currently being developed by several companies; the MIT project, lead by professor Lorna Gibson, intends to gain a better understanding of these materials, so that bamboo can be more effectively used. Video: Melanie Gonick, MIT News Additional footage courtesy of MyBoringChannel and Frank Ross (http://myboringchannel.com/) Music sampled from: Radio Silence (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Schemawound/TRANCOUNT/03_Radio_Silence) Artist/Composer: Schemawound http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Schemawound/ http://creativecommons.org/license...
Recommended Engineering Books http://amzn.to/2xnwjRg Information credits : Edward Crawley (Professor at MIT) Voice Credits : Reed Salan (CSUF Civil Engineering) - Script - 10 Real Tips for Success for Engineering Students 1. Identify the people who inspire you, and find out what makes them tick. If you love Apple products, Steve Jobs may be your idol, or perhaps you love the Segway and its creator, Dean Kamen. You can easily find out a lot of information about Jobs and Kamen—or just about any other prominent person in technology—so use it to look into what's helped these people and their companies become so successful. Then emulate their good traits in your personal, scholastic, and professional life. 2. Develop a portfolio of projects. Participate in every hands-on, experiential lea...
A tour of the recording studios at 150 Massachusetts Avenue. http://www.berklee.edu/majors/music-production-and-engineering "The Zen of Dan" (Lucas Eilman) "New Vision" (Emi Inaba) Nima Hamidi: host Anthony Medaglia: audio engineer Matthew Sim: audio engineer Teo Karakolev: videographer, editor Sam Harchik: videographer Amanda Corvini: associate producer
Produced for the exhibition "The Great Inka Road: Engineering an Empire" (http://americanindian.si.edu/inkaroad/), on view at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., through June 1, 2018. Every year, local communities on either side of the Apurimac River Canyon use traditional Inka engineering techniques to rebuild the Q'eswachaka Bridge. The old bridge is taken down and the new bridge is built in only three days. The bridge has been rebuilt in this same location continually since the time of the Inka. This video is narrated by John Ochsendorf, professor of civil engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and produced by Noonday Films.