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06/06/2009 9:00 AM Wong AuditoriumFiona Murray, Sarofim Family Career Development ProfessorDescription: Cooperation may be making us "a little bit too nice" when it comes to innovation, suggests Fiona Murray. She believes there's nothing...
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06/15/2009 8:30 AM Wong AuditoriumJoel Moses, PhD '67, MIT Institute Professor; Daniel Roos, '61, SM '63, PhD '66, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Systems ; Charles M. Vest, HM, MIT President Emeritus a...
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11/19/2008 6:00 PM Broad InstituteMarc A. Kastner, Dean, MIT School of ScienceDescription: The mood of gloom has eased somewhat within the science community, with the advent of a new presidential administration, and Marc Kastner captures...
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09/28/2006 9:10 AM KresgeGeorge M. Whitesides, Woodford L. and Ann A. Flowers University Professor of Chemistry, Harvard UniversityDescription: George Whitesides refers to the recent National Academies report, -Rising Above the Gathering...
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A Masters student in the Technology and Policy Program, Megan Lickley studies the impact of climate change on coastal energy infrastructure. In particular, she is looking at how sea level rise and hurricanes will change over time, and ho...
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A self-described ‘weather geek’, doctoral candidate Dan Chavas is fascinated by hurricanes. More specifically, he is interested in what factors influence hurricane development and how large a given storm will become. As he describes, “ri...
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