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(53:21) McGovern Institute 2010 Symposium: Cells, Circuits, and Behavior. This video features Rachel Wilson of Harvard Medical School. Her talk is entitled, "Drosophila olfaction as a model for sensory processing."
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Professor Marc A. Baldo of MIT discusses research and education in his group, and the intellectual challenges facing engineering at the frontiers of soft semiconductor materials, excitonics, and energy innovation.
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The Center for Excitonics is a collaboration between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University and Brookhaven National Laboratory. Our objective is to supersede traditional electronics with devices that use excitons ...
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six master in city planning CoLaborative thesis writers publicly presented their research on Regenerating Local Economies. Presentations were on Wednesday through Friday, April 21-23. Credits CoLaborative Thesis In order of appearan...
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Investigators from the Kanwisher and Saxe labs at MIT describe an ongoing study which uses MRI technology to study brain development in typical children and children with autism.
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For more information, visit http://rvsn.csail.mit.edu/wheelchair. New engineering developments offer opportunities to develop assistive technology that can improve the lives of many people who use wheelchairs. In our work, we are design...
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This talk was given on April 6, 2010 as part of the MITEI Seminar Series, sponsored by IHS-CERA. - About the Speaker - The John A. Newman Professor of Physical Science at Cornell, Frank DiSalvo is the co-director of the Center for Fut...
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(5:43) Tomaso Poggio develops computational models of brain function in order to understand human intelligence and to build intelligent machines that can mimic human performance. Learn more about Tomaso Poggio>> [Stock footage courtesy...
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This seminar was given on March 2, 2010 as part of the MITEI Seminar Series, sponsored by IHS-CERA. - About the Speaker - Bruce Logan is the Kappe Professor of Environmental Engineering at Penn State University, and Director of the Engin...
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