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Why study medieval literature at MIT? Reason #1: Time Travel In this 3-minute video, Arthur Bahr, MIT Associate Professor of Literature, transports viewers into an earlier version of our world, recites Old English, and identifies source...
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Highlights from many MIT BLOSSOMS video lessons made by partnering educators in Saudi Arabia and sponsored by Saudi Aramco.
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This summer in Genomics, sixteen MITES students were transformed into research scientists. In groups of four, students researched monogenic disorders such as Early Onset Breast Cancer and sequenced the DNA of several individuals to disco...
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The MIT Science of Baseball Program (MSBP) is a summer program provided free of charge to talented boys who attend public school in Boston or Cambridge, who will enter the eighth grade in the fall of 2009, and who have a love for math, s...
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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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