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The National Science Foundation interviewed Ed Boyden about his study published in the January 7 2010 issue of Nature. Results: Boyden's team developed a powerful new class of tools to reversibly shut down brain activity using different ...
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The second episode of the Charlie Rose Brain Series, sponsored by the Simons Foundation. The topic is the Perceiving Brain: Sight and Visual Perception. With co-host Eric Kandel of Columbia University and the Howard Hughes Medical Instit...
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Game of the Week Podcast 6: CAMAQUEN featuring GAMBIT Lead Interaction Designer: Marleigh Norton Camaquen is the first of a series of games exploring conversation in games. As you play, consider how it compares to other methods of g...
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Game of the Week Podcast 5: ABANDON featuring GAMBIT Lead Game Designer: Matt Weise and Studio Manager Rik Eberhardt Abandon showcases a large array of animated objects. The development team utilized experimental, automated rig...
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Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab Game of the Week Podcast 4: PIERRE featuring GAMBIT Sound Director: Abe Stein Pierre: Insanity Inspired is a quick-to-play action game about a cat, but it is also a piece of research about how we as pla...
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Since 1969, MIT's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) has been inviting undergraduates to participate in research as junior colleagues of faculty. Today, eighty-five per cent of undergraduates participate, and UROP resea...
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Game of the Week Podcast 3: Dearth featuring GAMBIT Technical Director Andrew Grant. What is the Game of the Week? THIS is the Game of the Week.This week's game is DEARTH! Dearth is a research tool designed to help us understand the...
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