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Bhold some great products

Behold the great new products that Susan Taing, founder, principal designer, and MIT alum has created! Susan dropped by the MIT Museum Store recently to chat about her ingenious and eminently functional items, each of which solves a nagging little problem of modern living. Susan’s a double-major in Math and Management Science–Operations Research (Courses 18 and 15, respectively). She founded Bhold with the goal of creating objects that are simple, beautiful, and useful. Rapid prototyping via 3D printing is key to her design and development process. Susan typically creates between 50 and 100 versions of every new product.  Each revision is thoroughly […]

Celebrate pi day with MIT’s cheer

In celebration of pi day, we thought we send along the MIT cheer.   Tim the Beaver is MIT’s mascot, and he’s surely a wiz at calculus!     You’re a beaver! We are beavers all, And when we get together, we do the beaver call! e to the u, du/dx, e to the x, dx; Cosine, secant, tangent, sine, 3.14159; Integral, radical, mu, dv; Slipstick, slide rule, MIT! Here’s MIT’s Women’s Crew displaying an enthusiastic launching cheer.    

Pi Day is coming!

And it’s a very special one: 3/14/15.  Occurring once a century, some folks insist on celebrating it at exactly 9:26 a.m. (and 53 seconds).   Just click on the big green Pi button on our homepage to see what cool stuff we have to help you celebrate!  

MIT Hatch’d

We’re very proud to announce our new category of merchandise: MIT Hatch’d, which features products that were designed or developed by MIT alums, students or current staff.  Click on MIT and scroll down to see what’s been hatched at MIT!

Thanksgiving Weekend Sale

To celebrate the launch of our new MIT Hatch’d collection of products, we’re offering 15% off everything for three days over the Thanksgiving weekend.  Friday, Saturday and Sunday till midnight you can choose from the a uniquely curated assortment of products that your favorite geek will love. Many products are unique to the MIT Museum store, such as the stainless steel wallets, manufactured with a patented process, and embossed with MIT’s logo.  Choices range from inexpensive card cases to a fully featured billfold. They are an elegant and thoughtful gift.

MIT Hatch’d

We’re very proud to announce our new category of merchandise: MIT Hatch’d, which features products that were designed or developed by MIT alums, students or current staff.  Click on the MIT link and scroll down to MIT Hatch’d to see what’s available.