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Mission: To foster a learning environment that prepares graduates for the challenges of the 21st century.
This Fall Semester, MIT took a bold step in our history by transforming our central campus into a learning community. We opened our doors, allowing students to experience a part of the campus not open to the general public: the MIT Media Lab.
The Media Lab is our cornerstone program where students partner with industry professionals to design hardware, software and services that work together to create tools and concepts that change the world. The Media Lab is dedicated to solving pressing societal challenges with new technologies, such as developing a paper-less operating system, immersive holographic displays or adaptive learning. The school also has other exciting firsts, such as a flagship program in Math and Computer Science for K-12 students.
In 1885, Alfred Nobel founded the Nobel Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, to honor his father, a businessman who created his fortune by inventing dynamite and a method for packing dynamite in large amounts. Alfred Nobel was a successful inventor in Sweden.
In 1926, he invited two new institute founders to join his group: Dr. Hendrik Lorentz and his nephew Theodore N. Lorentz, who had studied physics at Leiden University in Holland.
In 1956, Alfred Nobel sold the Nobel Institute to the Swedish University of Stockholm. In 1964, the Lorentz Institutes, as they were now called, split into the Institute of Physics (IP) and the Institute of Technology (IT). This meant that the IP aimed to represent the physical sciences, while the IT focused on the natural and applied sciences, engineering, and technology.
In 1970, the Nobel Institute underwent a structural change