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The same set of data can send many different messages, depending on the context you present it in. The first thing you want to decide when considering how to plot your data is what message you are trying to send. The type of graph you ...
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This video uses Man-Vehicle Lab’s human centrifuge to discuss centripetal force and countermeasures for astronaut bone and muscle loss in space. It shows the mathematics required to calculate centripetal force, and performs an experimen...
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Considering an academic career? Wondering how to mount a successful job search in a highly competitive academic job market? This panel shares how some others have done it. "Nuts and Bolts of an Academic Job Search" features faculty pan...
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Presented by Dr. Sonal Jhaveri Dr. Sonal Jhaveri of the Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department at MIT talks about Manuscript Writing for scientists: the do's and do not's of how to write a scientific paper or grant proposal. Dr. Jhaveri...
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In this last Student Presentation for the 2011 program, a group of students present Professor Linda Elkins' paper on the Formation of Early Water Oceans on Rocky Planets. The research process used mathematical, chemical, and in depth sc...
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Cesar Hidalgo emphasizes some methods to simplify data complexities, and how measurements can be distorted. His closing remarks on producing information involve embedding generated knowledge in peoples minds, just like an app store. K...
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Linda Elkins, professor in Earth Science, opens her talk with a quote saying, " Work when you can and do your absolute best." Elkins also reveals that she did not get to where she was today via the "traditional path". In her academic yea...
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June 23, 2011 During the Global Fellows Summer Program run jointly between MIT and Imperial College London, Ricardo Martinez Botas Ph.D, a businessman with relations to fifteen companies, takes elements from his academic and occupationa...
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June 22, 2011 During the Global Fellows Summer Program run jointly between MIT and Imperial College London, MIT Professor Sanjay Sarma discusses the benefits of international collaboration, which allows for more generation and mutation ...
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