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Nicholas Makris

Professor of Mechanical and Ocean Engineering; Director of the Laboratory for Undersea Remote Sensing at MIT. How are new technologies, such as Ocean Waveguide Remote Sensing, enabling many new discoveries about remote undersea habitats? How will these technologies permit scientists to detect and monitor extra-terrestrial ecosystems, such as the vast ocean under the ice of Jupiter?s moon Europa? How is a habitat, remote in terms of time now being retrieved and sensed?

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2008 Fall Lecture Series "THIS IS TOMORROW: Urban Utopia – Dystopia – Heterotopia'

2008 Fall Lecture Series "THIS IS TOMORROW: Urban Utopia – Dystopia – Heterotopia'

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