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MAGLOA - Massachusetts Academic Gaming League of America The Massachusetts Academic Games League of America (MAGLOA) is an MIT student-run and community organization dedicated to developing “Thinking Kids” of character, excellence, hono...
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Kennedy commends MIT, decries White House 'pseudo-science' "Truth is taking a beating," Sen. Edward Kennedy warned in a forceful attack on the science policy of the Bush administration today in his delivery of the 2007 Karl Taylor Compto...
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Kennedy commends MIT, decries White House 'pseudo-science'"Truth is taking a beating," Sen. Edward Kennedy warned in a forceful attack on the science policy of the Bush administration today in his delivery of the 2007 Karl Taylor Compto...
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Tom Brokaw, former anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News, delivered a 2008 Compton lecture titled "Life Is Not Virtual" April 2nd, in Kirsch Auditorium. An internationally respected journalist, Brokaw served as the NBC anchor f...
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Widely considered the nation's leading expert on aviation safety, Arnie Barnett uses his background in applied math to help conquer his own fear of flying. He calms himself — and sometimes even fellow passengers — during turbulence by r...
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Institute Professor, Harold "Doc" Edgerton revolutionized photography with his high speed strobe lighting techniques. He came to MIT as a student in 1926. By the time of his passing in 1990 he had profoundly affected MIT and the world wi...
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Humanoid intelligence requires humanoid interactions with the world, according to Professor Rodney Brooks, director of the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab. By building a robot with a human-like form that can experience the world in the ...
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In spring 2000, 13 graduating MIT seniors developed and tested three mini-satellites that could lead the way to similar devices that fly in formation, much like Thunderbirds in an Air Force show. The range of potential applications inc...
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