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Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, India: India's traditional, kiln-fired red clay brick has been used for centuries, but environmental and business concerns about its viability are mounting. Learn how MIT researchers are developing an altern...
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The rejection of organic materials that marked the material tolerance crises central to modernity didn’t just produce the steel and glass icons we know so well, but also a generation of newly metalized aircraft that were so heavy they co...
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In this BLOSSOMS lesson, Professor Gilbert Strang introduces complex numbers in his inimitably crystal clear style. The class can go from no exposure to complex numbers all the way to Euler’s famous formula and even the Mandelbrot set, ...
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This lesson teaches students about the history of the Pythagorean theorem, along with proofs and applications and is geared toward high school Geometry students that have completed a year of Algebra.
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Conceptual modeling began informally. As human beings evolved and began to make sense of the world, many constructed mental models of themselves as agents in a hostile environment. These models enabled them to make predictions and test h...
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Many individuals with autism have well-documented difficulties in domains such as face processing and executive function, but specific intervention in these areas is limited. By taking a targeted approach to intervention, we have an oppo...
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