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Karger, Fendt, Folsom & Desenne: Annotation Panel

Karger, Fendt, Folsom & Desenne: An...

OEIT

Added 1 month ago | 01:08:31 | 312 views

Oct 21, 2014, xTalks: A Panel On Scholarly Annotation

Soapbox: Why Life Got Big

Soapbox: Why Life Got Big

MIT Museum

Added 2 months ago | 01:12:33 | 448 views

Part 3 of 4 of the Fall 2014 Soap Box series - How to Make Life and Influence Planets Tuesday, 10/21: 6:00-7:30pm Why Life Got Big For much of the earth's history, microbes were the only living organisms on the planet. What spurred the ...

G-Lab Info Session: Travel Health, Tech Security and Resources - Oct. 16, 2014

G-Lab Info Session: Travel Health, ...

MIT Sloan Action Learning Program

Added 2 months ago | 00:51:47 | 572 views

Informational session for G-Lab students and other Action Learning students (fourth in a series of 4). (1) Dr. Howard Heller, MIT Medical, discusses travel health and safety for international travelers. (2) Bryce Harper, Instructional Te...

Fourth Annual John Carlson Lecture

Fourth Annual John Carlson Lecture

Lorenz Center

Added 2 months ago | 01:06:57 | 595 views

Peter Hale Molnar - Professor of Geological Sciences, University of Colorado at Boulder, and fellow, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, Boulder, CO "Big Cats, Panamá, and Armadillos: A Story of Climate and Lif...

The Ecological Cost of Dinner

The Ecological Cost of Dinner

Blended Learning Open Source Science or Math Studies (BLOSSOMS)

Added 2 months ago | 00:23:35 | 211 views

This lesson is about the flow of energy in ecosystems. The setting is Plimoth Plantation, a living history museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, where students will learn about the first Thanksgiving meal in America, celebrated in 1621...

Soapbox: The Invisible Majority (Part Two)

Soapbox: The Invisible Majority (Pa...

MIT Museum

Added 2 months ago | 00:26:53 | 331 views

Most fossils are too small to see since most of life’s history is microbial. However it is possible to identify signatures of microbial life in rocks. Find out what they tell us, and how might we use them to recognize life elsewhere. An...

Soapbox: The Invisible Majority (Part One)

Soapbox: The Invisible Majority (Pa...

MIT Museum

Added 2 months ago | 00:36:50 | 490 views

Most fossils are too small to see since most of life’s history is microbial. However it is possible to identify signatures of microbial life in rocks. Find out what they tell us, and how might we use them to recognize life elsewhere. An...

8.591 Systems Biology, 10.14.14

8.591 Systems Biology, 10.14.14

8.591: Systems Biology, Fall 2014

Added 2 months ago | 01:20:02 | 704 views

Instructor: Jeff Gore