Celebrating 20 remarkable years, MIT OCW looks to the future, informed by learning needs underscored by the Covid-19 pandemic.
A brief history of one member of MIT’s famed Radiation Laboratory.
Oral history project allows MIT students to dig deep into the longstanding connection between the Institute and South Asia.
A brief history of a 1950s photo featuring Joseph Thompson, one of the original operators of MIT’s groundbreaking Whirlwind computer.
Physicist and Harvard University professor discusses silicon vacancies, reflects on inspiration from Mildred Dresselhaus.
Longtime MIT moral philosopher was a transformational figure and “the atomic ice-breaker for women in philosophy.”
One of few female students in the 1940s, Wagley was also the Alumni Association’s first female president.
Molecular biologist and professor emerita advocates for more inclusive science and advises how to get there.
The Clean Air Car Race, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in August, had a lasting impact on the auto industry, government regulations, and the students and faculty who took part.