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This first panel of the Carmin Memorial Symposium on Urban Climate Adaptation held at MIT on December 5, 2014, in honor of Professor JoAnn Carmin (1957-2014) examines the multi-level governance of climate adaptation. Carl Spector, Direct...
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Hear first-hand from a wide range of new types of investors! Jeff Byron, Band of Angels Kacy Gerst, ARPA - E Scott Jacobs, EFW Partners Mark Pacelle, Philips Oliver Janssen, MVP Renewables Bruce Bauer, Global BSN Mark Perutz, DBL Ventur...
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BE SURE TO WEAR 3D GLASSES (the blue and green ones) to properly see superb pianist Igor Lovchinsky play the Sergei Rachmaninov transcription of Liebeslied by Fritz Kreisler. Bravo! Igor is a PhD student in physics, and he studied pia...
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This first panel of the Carmin Memorial Symposium on Urban Climate Adaptation held at MIT on December 5, 2014, in honor of Professor JoAnn Carmin (1957-2014) examines how emerging urban designs in response to climate change address (or n...
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As part of the Carmin Memorial Symposium on Urban Climate Adaptation held at MIT on December 5, 2014, in honor of Professor JoAnn Carmin (1957-2014), Isabelle Anguelovski, Prof. Carmin’s first doctoral student, presents Prof. Carmin's pi...
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This is the introduction to the Carmin Memorial Symposium on Urban Climate Adaptation held at MIT on December 5, 2014, in honor of Professor JoAnn Carmin (1957-2014), Associate Professor of Environmental Policy and Planning at the Depart...
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Patrick Charpenel and Daniela Pérez will introduce the life and work of the artist Gustav Metzger and will expand on one of the artist’s most recent proposals regarding the construction and long-term activation of spaces for social chang...
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Multi-screen, rapid consumption of content is opening up new ways to communicate and engage viewers, in particular youth. At the same time, the complexities of modern social dynamics require one to develop novel ways of thinking about th...
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The MIT Chamber Music Society presents the Quintet in F minor, Opus 34, composed by Johannes Brahms. The third movement guarantees to raise your spirits high. Bravi to June Park violin, Ari Umans second violin, Carolyn Chang viola, Evan ...
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