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Vignettes of early radiation workers with John G. Trump, DSc Professor of electrical engineering MIT. Moderated by Lauriston S. Taylor. In his video series “Vignettes of Early Radiation Workers” Taylor interviews pioneers on topics in...
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Our keynote speaker this year is Nicholas Negroponte of MIT, founder of One Laptop Per Child. Professor Negroponte is also co-founder and Chairman of the MIT Media Lab. Professor Negroponte studied at MIT, where as a graduate student...
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This 1966 “Science Reporter” television program showcases the challenges of ensuring proper nutrition for astronauts on prolonged journeys. The film covers metabolic and caloric consumption in particular conditions of space flight, the s...
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Drupal developer David Moore walks us through the development of a new Drupal7 platform , a turn-key web solution for public radio stations. The team is looking to expand, so this video provides a great introduction to this ambitious eff...
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Web developer James Barnett (email@example.com) of Babson College presents the education sites he's developed using the Open Atrium Installation Profile from Development Seed. One aspect of his work involves building a network of devel...
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MIT Media Lab Researcher Leo Burd presents the latest development from his VoIP Drupal project, which aims to use phone technology to power websites in order to serve underserved minority communities. A full-scale presentation of the pro...
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