Category: 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...

Scholarly communication
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...

Science

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...

Science

From one print journal to a digital library: Agricultural engineering

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

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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...

Art & architecture & planning
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...

Humanities
Elements

Elements

Photography exhibition in Rotch Library

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

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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...

Scholarly communication
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...

Science