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High-speed imaging news

Water Drop Images by Kyle Hounsell '13, MNG '14, Thery Mislick, Victoria Gunning '15, and Ed... Read more

Orlando Ward at work on Formula SAE vehicle
MIT’s ‘Area 51’ goes beyond theory for the ultimate in hands-on learning

The Edgerton Center may pride itself on being among the most interesting places at the... Read more

Students in EC.A790 collaborating on the glove project
First Year Advising Seminar introduces 20 students to the Edgerton Center

First Year Advising Seminar EC.A790, Engineering, Art, and Science introduced 20 first-year... Read more

Fitzgerald and Asst. Amy Belanger at the new diaper changing table
Early inspiration fuels mastery of key engineering concepts

The Edgerton Center is now accepting infants at three months of age – born on or after January 1... Read more

Recreation of a Hawaii wind storm in Gizmo Garden
Gizmo Garden blooms in Maine

The Edgerton Center’s K-12 electronics curriculum was the basis for a creative technology-... Read more

Radio fixed! Peter Mui at right with bells.
Edgerton Center hosts Fixit Clinic #99

In the sprit of Doc Edgerton's knack for finding creative solutions to problems, Edgerton Center... Read more

MIT Mini Maker Faire
MIT's First Ever Mini Maker Faire

Woven into the heart of the Edgerton Center’s mission is a focus on building, on working with... Read more

Member of FSAE Jackie Sly '14 at SAE competition
Clubs and teams updates

Through the Edgerton Center’s clubs and teams program, students apply themselves to challenging... Read more

Meadowbrook School
Meadowbrook School of Weston and Edgerton Center collaboration

The Meadowbrook School of Weston has announced an educational collaboration with the MIT... Read more

John King at work on an apparatus to measure the speed of light
Passing of John King, founder of Corridor Lab

It is with sad news that we share the passing of Friedman Professor of Physics, Emeritus John... Read more

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