Nobel Laureate Robert Solow reexamines his career in economics as both a professor and a policy adviser.
David Baltimore details the experiences in his youth that drew him to biology, the many medical applications of his research he has conducted, and his involvement in the Whitehead Institute and some of the challenges associated with its creation.
A conversation with the 1976 Nobel Laureate in Physics.
Paul Samuelson, often called the "Father of Modern Economics," was an Institute Professor at MIT, an economic adviser to President John F. Kennedy, and the author of one of the most influential economics textbooks of all time.
Richard Shrock talks about his personal contributions to experimental physics, some of the people he has worked with along the way and the usefulness of filmmaking for educational purposes.
One of the world's most eminent theoretical physicists, Frank Wilczek covers his upbringing in New York, his work that earned him the Nobel Prize in Physics and some of the benefits and drawbacks that come with such an accomplishment. He also discusses his time at MIT and his current projects.