The 2012 Olympic Games in London are opening July 27! A great way to further your enjoyment of the athletic events - and learn a bit too - is to check out the National Science Foundation's "Science of the Summer Olympics: Engineering in Sports" video series.
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Happy Independence Day! For more images like this one...
Igor Sikorsky, the brilliant aviation designer and founder of Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, was born on this day in 1889.
One of the challenges of new media art has been its preservation: works are often dependent upon technology that moves from cutting-edge to obsolete. The Rhizome ArtBase aims to counter the evanescence of this digital underpinning, and since 1999 has preserved over 2,500 art works.
The Detroit Institute of Arts is one of the world's premier art museums, and just a short trip from here. But you may still want to browse the collection from your own computer from school or home. Two options exist for viewing the portion of their collection which has been presented online.
Searching in vain for a painting by a now-obscure artist? One new place to check is the Frick Collection's digital image archive.
Winter is here, though we don't have as much snow today as they did 98 years ago! Find more old photos of UM's campus, students, athletes, and activities in the Bentley Historical Library's image bank. Check out the Images Research Guide for help finding images for your research, papers, and presentations. And, stop by Imageworks for a wide selection of DVDs covering the arts and engineering, project tools (scanner, paper cutter, stapler, pens, etc), and personal...
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