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03/30/2004 12:00 PM Wong AuditoriumFrederick P. Salvucci, '61, SM '62, Senior Lecturer, Center for Transportation and Logistics, MITDescription: Sometimes good projects go bad, and other times, a bad project turns out well. Few people c...
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11/06/2003 6:00 PM e25-111Nancy Seasholes, Author, Gaining Ground; Research Fellow, Department of Archaeology, Boston UniversityDescription: After years of determined sleuthing, Nancy Seasholes can now state for the record that one-sixt...
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11/09/2002 10:00 AM Morss Hall Walker Memorial Christopher Lydon; Karl Haglund, PhD '97, Author Inventing the Charles River ; Jarrett Barrios, Massachusettes State Representative (D-Cambridge) ; Julia O'Brien, The Metropolitan Distric...
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05/23/2002 1:45 KresgeCharles C. Mann, Contributing Writer, Technology Review; Correspondent, Science and The Atlantic Monthly; Firoz Rasul, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Ballard Power Systems; Ashol Belani, President, Schlumb...
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04/11/2002 5:00 PM E51-345Peter Barnes, Founder of Working AssetsDescription: In "Who Owns the Sky?: Our Common Assets and the Future of Capitalism", entrepreneur Peter Barnes redefines the debate about climate change. By treating the sk...
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03/04/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Kevin Rozario Kevin Rozario uses the two most devastating urban catastrophes in American history, the Chicago fire of 1871 and the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, to explore how extraordinary recovery from ...
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2/25/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Max Page This lecture places the attack on the World Trade Center in the context of New York's history as a place that is seemingly destined to be destroyed and rebuilt with stunning regularity. It explores th...
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02/25/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Max Page This lecture places the attack on the World Trade Center in the context of New York's history as a place that is seemingly destined to be destroyed and rebuilt with stunning regularity. It explores t...
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This is a basic 3-minute screencast that covers downloading the Dev Desktop application from the Acquia website ( http://network.acquia.com/downloads/7.x) and installing it on your local computer.
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Designers often want to help people that they perceive as being in need -- whether those affected by natural or human-caused disasters, the economically or physically disadvantaged, or those who are on the losing end of a cultural power ...
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LGO Web Seminar Series Professor Steven Eppinger A Method for Green Design Presentation Date: April 30, 2010 Abstract: When LFM/LGO and SDM alumni took my Product Design and Development class, we did not teach a method for design for...
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MIT's 1993 Technology Day, on the theme "Riding the Wave of Innovation: The Ocean and MIT," takes place on June 4, 1993. Speakers featured in the morning symposium include Sylvia Earle, "Exploring the Ocean with Unmanned Vehicles;" Rober...
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