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On May 11th, a group of community leaders from across the nation gathered in New York to discuss what they are doing locally to improve their communities with the stimulus money. MIT graduate student researchers Uyen Le and Sarah Nusser...
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Watch the full panel discussion to see the whole conversation. In the summer of 2009, MIT CoLab deployed student staff to organizations in North Carolina, Mississippi, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Los Angeles, among others, to collabo...
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CoLab summer interns Zach Mills and Chris Drakeford made a movie about a new MIT Campus icon: The Clovertruck. Music Tracks: gifaproducer: Crazy Love, The Motorcycle Song oldDog: Shame
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In the spring semester of 2008, a mixed class of grad and undergrad students, including architects, urban planners, and engineers, worked in Tambo de Mora, a town on Peru's southern coast that was ruined by a earthquake a year before our...
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CTL Supply Chain 2020 (SC2020) Project is a multi-year research effort to identify and analyze the factors that are critical to the success of future supply chains. This pioneering project will map out the process innovations that will u...
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At the Beloved Community Center in Greensboro, NC, homeless neighbors and community members alike contribute to tending a large and growing garden. They share the food the grow with neighbors and the homeless hospitality house next door...
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This video contains a presentation given at the CSCMP Annual Global Conference in October of 2008. In it, Dr. Mahender Singh discusses the pitfalls and limitations of traditional supply chain forecasting methods, and explores a new metho...
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Residents in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Brooklyn discuss their frustrations with food choice and grocery shopping. Even as the neighborhood changes and new stores come in, sometimes the prodicts are so expensive that local people can'...
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