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A Starr Forum event presented on May 6, 2010Pulitzer prize-winning author, Kai Bird, came to MIT for a book talk and book signing: Crossing Mandelbaum Gate: Coming of Age between the Arabs and Israelis, 1956-1978 (Just released this Apri...
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MIT 150 celebrates past innovation and achievement, while acting as a catalyst for the next generation. In this spirit, IceWall plants a new future, even as its own seemingly fades away during the Festival of Art, Science and Technology....
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Winner of the NSF International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge, the video shows how TrashTrack uses technology to expose the challenges of waste management and sustainability. For more information go to: http://sensea...
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(4:58) Ann Graybiel studies the basal ganglia, forebrain structures that are profoundly important for normal brain function but are also implicated in Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and addictio...
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MIT@Lawrence students, faculty, and community partners discuss and reflect on the two practicum during 2010. The spring course focused on the trash maintenance of alleyways and canals in the city. The fall course addressed the issue of f...
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Rising above the Great Dome of MIT, immense inflatable stars soared over Killian Court on the evening of May 7 during FAST Light, the culminating event of the MIT150 Festival of Art, Science and Technology. The sculptures celebrated – a...
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MIT150 Symposium Earth, Air, Ocean and Space: The Future of Exploration MIT alumni astronauts discuss spaceflight experiences that range from Gemini to Apollo through the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station missions. Mode...
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Bibliodoptera, by Peter Torpey and Elena Jessop, graduate students in Media Arts and Sciences Location: Corridor along the Hayden Library Courtyard (map) A cloud of vellum butterflies, newly emerged from the chrysalis of MIT’s divers...
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