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A dialog (in speech and sign) between artists, designers, scientists, students, speakers, and signers. Participants touch on the range of human experience including deafness, and on acoustical engineering, especially resonance and ...
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JENNY ROMAINE has worked extensively as a puppeteer, performer and director with the Bread & Puppet Theater , Janie Geiser and Co., Amy Trompetter, Ninth Street Theater, and OBIE winning Great Small Works , of which she is a founding mem...
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2009 Koch Institute Symposium Frank Gertler: "The actin cytoskeleton during invasion and metastasis"
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2009 Koch Institute Symposium Sean Morrison: "Stem Cells and Cancer"
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2009 Koch Institute Symposium Xiao-Jing Wang - "Dissecting genetic and microenvironment factors contributing to head and neck cancer progression"
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Attend a virtual information session and learn about MIT’s System Design and Management (SDM) Program, which offers two career-compatible programs for technical professionals: a Master of Science in Engineering and Management and a Cert...
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MIT's System Design and Management (SDM) Program requires each student to research and write a master’s thesis that addresses a real-world problem using an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates tools from engineering, management, ...
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Professor Jeffrey H. Shapiro and Dr. Franco N.C. Wong of MIT discuss research and education in their group, and the intellectual challenges facing engineers at the frontiers of optical and quantum communications.
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Video of a patch of engineered heart tissue "beating" in response to electrical field stimulation. The tissue was created by culturing rat heart cells on an accordion-like honeycomb scaffold developed by MIT researchers. Original magnifi...
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