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Session 2- Moderator: Bob Weinberg Lecture: "Breast Tumor Evolution"
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"Out of the 140 million farms in India, only 10% have ever done soil health testing. This is like saying only 10% of our population has ever gone to a doctor." Understanding the composition of their soil helps farmers plant, fertilize...
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This demo illustrates how to view Proposal and related information in Kuali Coeus (MIT’s new Proposal Development & Award Management tool). System navigation will also be discussed. Accessing basic proposal information (this in...
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Kuali Coeus MEDUSA: Award Module Function: The Medusa function allows users to access the details of a project’s individual work breakdown structure, (WBS) the hierarchical and incremental decomposition of the project structure, without ...
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This session will demonstrate how to view Awards and related information in Kuali. Participants will learn how to access basic award information (this includes all the tabs and panels), Award Hierarchy (Child, level 3, level 4 etc.) acco...
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This training video is designed for anyone that approves a proposal and will demonstrate how to access and navigate Kuali Coeus to review, approve, and reject proposals. Intended audience: Department Chair and Assistant Dean proposal app...
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Get acquainted with Kuali Coeus (KC), designed for managing research proposals and awards from cradle to grave. KC is the result of a partnership between the Kuali Foundation and Coeus Consortium, based on Coeus functionality developed a...
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Srini Devedas is the Edwin Sibley Webster Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. He belongs to the Computation Structures Group in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). A compute...
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology biological engineering graduate student Bo Qing is studying the impact of traumatic force on brain tissue from rodents and modeling synthetic substitutes to enable better insight into preventing such...
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