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"ds = dQ/T and YOU!" (1961) - MIT Centennial Roundtable

A roster of luminaries including Jerome Wiesner, Jerrold Zacharias and John Burchard of MIT, discuss the significance of science and technology together with Raymond Aron of the Université de Paris-Sorbonne, Isadore Rabi of Columbia University and Sir Eric Ashley of Cambridge University. Introduced by MIT President Julius A. Stratton and hosted by Charles Collingwood, this round table discussion was filmed as part of the “Tomorrow” television series produced by CBS Television Network for MIT on occasion of MIT’s Centennial in 1961. Film to HD transfer courtesy of MIT150. MIT Museum Collections. [T6183]

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