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Tech Day 2013 - Ed Boyden '99, MNG '99: Engineering and Reverse Engineering the Brain

Tech Day 2013 - Ed Boyden '99, MNG ...

MITAAGB

Added 1 year ago | 00:20:43 | 3221 views

Tech Day 2013 - Alan Jasanoff: Dissecting the Brain

Tech Day 2013 - Alan Jasanoff: Diss...

MITAAGB

Added 1 year ago | 00:19:36 | 1068 views

Tech Day 2013 - Emery N. Brown: The Brain in Suspended States

Tech Day 2013 - Emery N. Brown: The...

MITAAGB

Added 1 year ago | 00:23:06 | 1220 views

Tech Day 2013 - The Brain as Decision Maker - Drazen Prelec

Tech Day 2013 - The Brain as Decisi...

MITAAGB

Added 1 year ago | 00:24:57 | 987 views

Tech Day 2013 - The Brain as Mind - Rebecca Saxe PhD '03

Tech Day 2013 - The Brain as Mind -...

MITAAGB

Added 1 year ago | 00:19:53 | 1166 views

Tech Day 2013 - The Brain as Computer - Joshua Tenenbaum PhD '99

Tech Day 2013 - The Brain as Comput...

MITAAGB

Added 1 year ago | 00:23:18 | 1229 views

Tech Day 2013 - President Reif's opening remarks

Tech Day 2013 - President Reif's op...

MITAAGB

Added 1 year ago | 00:29:13 | 862 views

Tech Day 2013 - Unraveling the Workings of the Brain - Full

Tech Day 2013 - Unraveling the Work...

MITAAGB

Added 1 year ago | 03:20:57 | 1273 views

Tech Day 2013 - Unraveling the Workings of the Brain

Bowling for Physics

Bowling for Physics

Radio Shorts

Added over 1 year ago | 00:05:25 | 534 views

Morgan Sherburne visits a bowling alley to learn about physics - both the manufacture of and use of the ball.

Tracking the roots of reading ability

Tracking the roots of reading ability

McGovern Institute for Brain Research

Added over 1 year ago | 00:05:02 | 547 views

In a new study in the Journal of Neuroscience, the Gabrieli Lab reveals brain differences in children who are at risk for dyslexia.

Breaking bad habits before they start

Breaking bad habits before they start

McGovern Institute for Brain Research

Added over 1 year ago | 00:04:17 | 816 views

McGovern neuroscientists, Ann Graybiel and Kyle Smith, examine how to prevent habits from forming.

The postdoc, high-altitude donkeys, and a tectonic squeeze-box

The postdoc, high-altitude donkeys,...

EAPS

Added over 1 year ago | 00:06:22 | 1055 views

Nick van Buer is an EAPS postdoctoral associate working in Oliver Jagoutz's Group. Jagoutz, a geochemist and "island-arc" expert, was the lure that brought van Buer east from Stanford (where he got his graduate degree in 2012) after a c...