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Earth, Planets, Climate, Life The Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS), is the place at MIT where the turbulent oceans and atmosphere, the inaccessible depths of the inner Earth, distant planets, and the origi...
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Prof. Emeritus Stephen Chorover (1933-2015) discusses nature vs. nurture in psychology and neuroscience. This interview was shot for the documentary "From Mind to Brain: The Story of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT". Chorover was a...
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Prof. Rana Dajani presents "Success from the Perspective of a Jordanian Woman Scientist" on Thursday, October 30, from 4:15-5:30 PM in 1-190.
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Working at the interface between paleogenetics and the earth and planetary sciences, Greg Fournier’s research seeks to link early Earth geochemistry with life history using ￼￼DNA sequences from extant genomes. Specifically, he is an expe...
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The goal of ¡Reciclemos! is to develop a recycling initiative in schools, restaurants, and markets in the poverty-stricken community of San Ignacio de Velasco, Bolivia in order to promote cost-saving reusability, environmental awareness.
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Why study medieval literature at MIT? Reason #1: Time Travel In this 3-minute video, Arthur Bahr, MIT Associate Professor of Literature, transports viewers into an earlier version of our world, recites Old English, and identifies source...
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