Airware founder credits Edgerton Center skills

Jonathan Downey ’06 started building drones when he was a computer science and electrical... Read more

Arcturus Homecoming

After traveling over 3,000 kilometers across the Australian Outback last October in the 2015... Read more

Lisa Song ’08 SM ‘09 (left) recorded for Terrascope Radio in the Galapagos Islands
Terrascope recognized by National Academy of Engineering

Freshman learning community recognized as an Exemplar in Engineering Ethics Education. MIT’s... Read more

Duncan Wheeler photographs his team's constructed underwater world
From the Alumni Pool to the reefs of Belize, MIT students learn how to illuminate the deep

From the Alumni Pool to the reefs of Belize, MIT students learn how to illuminate the deep. I... Read more

A GCS employee introduces a solar lamp to the community
Products of progress

From bike-mounted maize shellers to solar lamps

Sparks of electricity illuminate the air between two tesla coils at MOS
Visiting artist Keith Ellenbogen brings high speed photography to the natural world

Walk down a portion of MIT’s infinite corridor, or through some lesser-known hallways, or even... Read more

J. Kim Vandiver and Candace Forbes looking on as Bert Forbes '66 holds a 3-D printed milk drop modeled after Doc Edgerton’s milk drop photo
Gift from Candace and Bert Forbes ’66 creates endowment to support directorship of the Edgerton Center

Candace Forbes and Bert Forbes ’66 have made a gift to endow the directorship of MIT’s Edgerton... Read more

EVT's eSuperbike at the Isle of Man Competition
Electric Vehicle Team's energy efficient future

If you haven’t heard much about the Electric Vehicle Team lately that could soon change. Many... Read more

After 3,022 km, at the finish line in Adelaide
SEVT's Arcturus completes the World Solar Challenge

Laboring for countless hours on the lower body layup, sleeping under the stars in Australia,... Read more

Liuni and Heisser in class
Recreating experiments from history

Now in its 10th year, Instructor Elizabeth Cavicchi’s seminar EC.050 (Recreate Experiments from... Read more