Said and Done for June/July 2012
July 16, 2012Digest of MIT humanities, arts and social sciences
Robots go head to head, 250 miles above Earth
January 25, 2012Third annual Zero Robotics competition pits robots against each other on the International Space Station.
Also labeled: Aeronautical and astronautical engineering, Algorithms, Alumni/ae, Contests and academic competitions, Education, teaching, academics, NASA, Robots, Space, astronomy and planetary science, Special events and guest speakers, Students, Video, Volunteering, outreach, public service, International Space Station
MIT professor, former astronaut Hoffman named to NSBRI Board of Directors
December 29, 2011
April 29, 2011From deep space to deep sea, two-day symposium examined MIT’s impacts and innovations.
3 Questions: Jeffrey Hoffman on the Space Shuttle at 30
April 12, 2011Anniversary of the first shuttle flight comes just as it nears retirement, but the vehicle has changed space travel dramatically.
Alum-astronaut Robert Satcher: ‘We need to get everybody on board’
February 24, 2011Delivers keynote address at the annual Laureates and Leaders induction ceremony
John Holdren keynote at AeroAstro Giant Leaps
January 12, 2010The next 'Giant Leaps' in energy, environment and air transportation
Astronaut and orthopedic surgeon Bobby Satcher tweets his NASA mission
November 30, 2009The shuttle Atlantis brought seven astronauts including Robert Satcher ’86, PhD ’93, an orthopedic surgeon who tweeted through space, back to Earth on Nov. 27, after a 11-day NASA mission to stock the International Space Station.
In space, past is prologue
June 12, 2009Giant Leaps celebrates Apollo, looks to future missions.