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Part 1 of a MSRP 2008 graduate application panel consisting of:Paula Hammond - Bayer Professor of Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical EngineeringDava Newman - Professor, MacVicar Faculty Fellow, Director TPP, Department of Aero...
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Part 2 of MSRP 2008 a graduate application panel consisting of:Paula Hammond - Bayer Professor of Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical EngineeringDava Newman - Professor, MacVicar Faculty Fellow, Director TPP, Department of Aero...
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March 30, 2011 - The Consulting Club at MIT (CCM) is proud to present its annual Make the Leap event. Make the Leap brings together a panel of ex-graduate students who have embarked on careers at top consulting firms, as well as prospect...
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Despite the enormous potential of solar power to generate electricity, solar photovoltaic (PV) technology is by far the least utilized renewable energy resource today. We need breakthrough advances in materials to capture and store solar...
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Come learn about all aspects of UROP at MIT, including how to participate, what type of research is appropriate, what to expect from the program, and more. Discussion will center on the experiences of the UROP student panel as moderated...
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At the Tip of the Spear: Military Leadership in Energy Innovation Funding from the U.S. Military plays an important role in research and development of energy technology. How has the military influenced energy innovation in recent yea...
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Small and Medium Nuclear Reactors: Is Our Future Downsizing? There is revival of interest in small and simpler units for generating electricity from nuclear power, and for process heat. What are the most promising technologies involve...
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05/12/2009 4:00 PM 10"250Steven Chu, Secretary of EnergyDescription: The situation facing our planet could hardly be more dire: There's increasingly dangerous competition among nations for ever scarce energy resources, and climate chang...
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04/22/2009 7:00 PM Simmons HallSteven Hamburg, Chief Scientist, Environmental Defense FundDescription: The "dominant story of the next century" will be one of either gloom or redemption, says Steven Hamburg, depending on how humanity cho...
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12/10/2009 3:00 PM 26"100Henry D. Jacoby, Professor of Management, MIT Sloan; Kerry Emanuel, '76, PhD '78, Professor of Atmospheric Science; Judith Layzer, PhD '99, Linde Career Development Associate Professor of Environmental Policy; ...
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