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By Wojciech Mikoluszko, a science reporter from Poland. Mikoluszko is currently a Knight Science Journalism fellow at MIT. [host introduction] You could hardly find a bigger contrast: the clean voice of a cello breaking through the dirty...
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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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On April 4, 2001, MIT announced it would publish educational materials from all of its courses freely and openly on the Internet. Ten years later, OpenCourseWare (OCW) has shared materials from more than 2000 courses with an estimated 10...
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Bibliodoptera, by Peter Torpey and Elena Jessop, graduate students in Media Arts and Sciences Location: Corridor along the Hayden Library Courtyard (map) A cloud of vellum butterflies, newly emerged from the chrysalis of MIT’s divers...
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James E. Rogers Chairman, President and CEO, Duke Energy Jim Rogers has been chairman of the board, president and CEO of Duke Energy since January 2007. He has more than 21 years of experience as a utility CEO. He was named presid...
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On April 4, 2001, MIT President Charles Vest leads a press conference to announce the establishment of MIT's OpenCourseWare (OCW), the web-based program to provide free access to MIT course content, including lecture notes, problem sets,...
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