Category: Science

A very old map made new

A very old map made new

Geological map of the United Kingdom joins Hayden collection

Some in the MIT community will know that just over 200 years...

Social sciences
Elements

Elements

Photography exhibition in Rotch Library

A studio photographer by trade, Mike Walker approaches subjects with the intention...

Humanities

Engineering librarians convene and celebrate

Serving the needs of engineers in a digital age

Much of the world knows the strength of the MIT Libraries engineering...

Archives & MIT history
National Parks in the Libraries

National Parks in the Libraries

Celebrate the centennial with guides, maps, audio books, and more

The record numbers of visitors to our National Parks this summer reminds us...

All news
OA research in the news: MIT scientists ain’t afraid of no ghost

OA research in the news: MIT scientists ain’t afraid of no ghost

Several MIT researchers had a hand in boosting the “geek cred” of...

Engineering
Even more IET eBooks

Even more IET eBooks

37 years of books on topics central to MIT research and teaching

It’s always newsworthy when 37 years of a publisher’s books become available...

All news

Can Computers be Feminist? Procedural Politics and Computational Creativity

June 14, 2016 12 - 1 pm

A brown bag discussion with Gillian Smith

Join the Program on Information Science for a brown bag talk, Can Computers...

Engineering
OA research in the news: A cheap, fast test for the Zika virus

OA research in the news: A cheap, fast test for the Zika virus

Researchers at MIT and other universities have developed a cheap, fast test...

Engineering
Ripple Effect

Ripple Effect

A groundbreaking discovery shows MIT’s commitment to open access

More than one billion years ago, two massive black holes collided and...

 Bibliotech