Original webseries from MIT showcasing real science by real students. Served up fresh from the heart of innovation & the big bang of great ideas.


Who We Are

Ashley films a demo about how telescopes can find transiting exoplanets

Ashley films a demo about how telescopes can find transiting exoplanets

Our program started in 2011 at MIT's School of Engineering, and we now operate out of the Office of Digital Learning. Read about what drives us, our mission, and all the fine folks working to get the world jazzed about science, one video at a time.

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Filming an episode about weird shapes that exist in our dimension (and beyond!)

Filming an episode about weird shapes that exist in our dimension (and beyond!)

Our pilot program resulted in over a hundred homemade videos on quadcopters, pixel photography, welding, genetic engineering, rocks, airplanes, and everything in between. Check out some of our favorite videos from the MIT+K12 Videos pilot rounds.

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What's In Store

MIT Skydiving Club talks about the physics of skydiving

MIT Skydiving Club talks about the physics of skydiving

We do more than just make videos! From outreach events, to educational opportunities - there's a lot incubating in our reactor of exciting ideas! Check out what's in the works... 

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