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One of the most influential contributions of machine learning to understanding the human brain is the (fairly recent) formulation of learning in real world tasks in terms of the computational framework of reinforcement learning. This con...
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Daniel G. Nocera (former Drefus Professor of Chemistry at MIT) is currently Patterson Rockwall Professor of Energy at the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard, where he runs the Nocera Lab: The Chemistry of Renewable E...
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MIT Postdoctoral Associate Mostafa Bedewy explains how competition between the chemical activation of carbon nanotubes growing on seed particles and the mechanical coupling among growing carbon nanotubes of different sizes impacts growth...
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Hilke Schlichting's research interests are wide-ranging, spanning all aspects of planet formation theory, extrasolar planets, and solar system dynamics. Recent work has concerned the study of small objects in the Kuiper belt using archi...
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Humans and other animals can attend to one of multiple sounds, and follow it selectively over time. The neural underpinnings of this perceptual feat are the object of extensive investigations. Some studies have concluded that sounds are ...
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Tuomas Tammela explains the science behind his fascinating image, A Dangerous Meeting: Blood Vessels and a Tumor Come Together. Tuomas's image was selected as a winner of the 2013 Koch Institute Image Awards. See all the winn...
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