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RLE Director and Professor Yoel Fink presents "Enabling the Fabric Revolution" at the Futurewear Fair in Winston Salem, North Carolina on March 20, 2012 (Note: the first 10 minutes of this talk have been deliberately cut from the video.)
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MIT Professor of Planetary Sciences Richard Binzel is one of the world’s leading scientists in the study of asteroids and Pluto. As a New Horizons co-investigator Binzel has spent the best part of two decades preparing for this **summe...
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For her senior project, Molly Kosiarek (XII '15) helped build and automate a telescope system she named the Small AUtonomous Robotic Optical Nightwatcher or SAURON - after the ever-present eye-in-the-sky from Tolkien's Lord of the Rings ...
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Kristin Bergmann's multi-disciplinary research – sedimentology and stratigraphy, stable isotope geochemistry of carbonates including clumped isotope thermometry, and geobiology - focuses on reconstructing the record of environmental chan...
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Opening Keynote Lecture by Gian Paolo Beretta at the 13th Joint European Conference on Thermodynamics, JETC2105, Nancy, France, on May 20, 2015. Title of the talk: Steepest entropy ascent principle unifies far-nonequilibrium dynamical th...
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"Towards Optical Measurements of Virus Self-Assembly: How Does a Virus Grow?" Viruses are among Nature’s most dangerous parasites, sometimes overwhelming their host simply by how rapidly they replicate. Some viruses are also surprisingl...
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"Searching for Neutrino-less Double Beta Decay Using Quantum Dot Nanoparticles" There is currently much interest in the neutrino community to look for a yet-unobserved nuclear decay process known as neutrino-less double beta decay. T...
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"From Space to the Tibet Plateau: Probing the Mystery of the Universe in Gamma Ray and Microwave" Space gamma-ray astronomy was born here at MIT more than a half-century ago. A few gamma-ray satellites have operated since then–in parti...
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"The Nature of Spin Superfluidity and its Potential Uses" Superfluidity, a dissipationless collective flow of matter, is one of the most amazing phenomena displayed by physical systems on macro-scales. It is perhaps less well known that...
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Benjamin Safdi, 2014-17 Fellow, Theoretical High Energy Physics | "Directional Antineutrino Detection" | I will propose the first event-by-event directional antineutrino detector using inverse beta decay (IBD) interactions on hydr...
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