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Technology Day 1999 - "The Human Body: Emerging Medical Science and Technology"

MIT's Technology Day 1999 focused on the theme "The Human Body: Emerging Medical Science and Technology." The event, which took place on June 5, featured the following speakers and talks: Robert A. Weinberg '64, “How Cancer Begins;" Martha Constantine-Paton, “What is Development Plasticity and What Does it Do For Us?”; Robert S. Langer '74, “Biomaterials and How They Will Change Our Lives;” David C. Page, “The Human Genome Project, Sex and Infertility.” [T5608]

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