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Technology & Culture Forum at MIT

The Technology and Culture Forum at MIT sponsors lectures and symposia that address critical issues of our time. The programs explore the role of science and technology in promoting positive social, ecological, and economic change. In addition, they stimulate discussion about the ethical implications of scientific discovery and technological innovation.

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Science at MIT: From the Cold War to Climate Change

Science at MIT: From the Cold War t...

Added 5 months ago | 01:39:52 | 7017 views

Noam Chomsky and Subrata Ghoshroy

Finding Humanity: Courage and Compassion in Times of War

Finding Humanity: Courage and Compa...

Added 11 months ago | 01:18:37 | 347 views

THE ORIGINS OF FREEDOM The Continuing Debate Over Equality Lincoln and Darwin


Added over 1 year ago | 01:24:24 | 950 views

Speakers David E. Housman, TITLE TBD; Biology, MIT Jonathan King, "Darwin's Contribution to Views of Human Equality"; Biology, MIT Helen Elaine Lee, "Voices from Slavery and Abolition"; School of Humanities, Arts and Social Science, M...

Small Risk, Catastrophic Consequence: The Challenge of Nuclear Terrorism

Small Risk, Catastrophic Consequenc...

Added almost 2 years ago | 01:10:29 | 1395 views

A lecture on the the issues of nuclear terrorism 11/20/2013

Iran and American Foreign Policy: Where the US Went Wrong

Iran and American Foreign Policy: W...

Added over 2 years ago | 01:52:43 | 2512 views

Institute Professor Emeritus Noam Chomksy, Professor of Linguistics, MIT Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett, Authors of "Going to Tehran: Why the United States Must Come to Terms with the Islamic Republic of Iran

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