Category: Science

Business Information for Engineers and Scientists

Business Information for Engineers and Scientists

April 19, 2017 4 - 5pm

Understand the commercial potential for your ideas, how to find partners, and sources for financial support

This session will introduce engineers and scientists to business information resources that...

Engineering
Ada Lovelace Grant recipient announced

Ada Lovelace Grant recipient announced

Jessika Khazrik will create web archive of work by environmental activist and scientist Pierre Malychef

Graduate student Jessika Khazrik is the first recipient of the Ada Lovelace...

Science
IAP 2017: Biology research

IAP 2017: Biology research

Explore our workshop offerings

Learn about gene research, biology business information, and more. Biotech Business Information...

Science
Changes are coming to Hayden

Changes are coming to Hayden

Project aims to improve access and examine space use

This IAP, the Libraries will be making improvements to user spaces and...

Science
OA research in the news: Using MRIs for fetal scans

OA research in the news: Using MRIs for fetal scans

Doctors usually check fetal development with ultrasound imaging, which can monitor a...

Science
Elements show leaves Rotch Library October 9

Elements show leaves Rotch Library October 9

Goes on loan at MIT NRL

Elements: An Exhibit of Photographs Capturing Scientific Phenomena will come down from...

Art & architecture & planning

Images of Science and Technology: Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

October 21, 2016 12 - 4pm

Help add images to Wikipedia!

Join us to learn about how to contribute photographs and other media...

All news

From one print journal to a digital library: Agricultural engineering

MIT Libraries have added several databases in agriculture, food, and water recently:...

Science

authors@MIT: Matthew Claudel

October 12, 2016 5pm

Co-author of The City of Tomorrow

Please join us as we celebrate the publication of The City of Tomorrow (Yale...

Humanities