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MIT150 Symposium Leaders in Science and Engineering: The Women of MIT Symposium Session Chair Hazel L. Sive - Professor of Biology and Associate Dean, MIT School of Science Speakers Susan Lindquist - Professor of Biology, MIT: Using Si...
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MIT150 Symposium Leaders in Science and Engineering: The Women of MIT Symposium Session Chair Ian Waitz - Jerome C. Hunsaker Professor and Dean of the School of Engineering, MIT Shirley Ann Jackson '68 PhD '73 - President, Rensselaer P...
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MIT150 Symposium Leaders in Science and Engineering: The Women of MIT Symposium Speakers Nancy H. Hopkins, Amgen, Inc. Professor of Biology, MIT
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MIT150 Symposium Leaders in Science and Engineering: The Women of MIT Symposium Speakers David A. Mindell PhD '96 - Chair, MIT150 Steering Committee and Dibner Professor of the History of Engineering and Manufacturing and of Aeronautics...
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This 1966 “Science Reporter” television program showcases the challenges of ensuring proper nutrition for astronauts on prolonged journeys. The film covers metabolic and caloric consumption in particular conditions of space flight, the s...
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In 1963, Vannevar Bush PhD ’16 was interviewed at his Belmont home for the MIT/WGBH television program Science Reporter and asked to reflect on the weapon he helped create, the atomic bomb. Bush, an inventor, engineer, and former profess...
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In the 1950s, a new system for the computerization of numerical control was developed at the MIT Electronic Systems Laboratory, called Automatically Programmed Tools or APT. In this 1959 MIT Science Reporter television program, researche...
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Domeisen is a 4th year grad. student. Her research seeks to understand "sudden stratospheric warming" in which the wintertime stratospheric temperature over the poles is observed to suddenly rise by several tens of degrees in a matter of...
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Three segments of the Bell Labs Wave Machine are connected together. The points at which they are connected have the same impedance. Therefore, traveling waves will not be reflected at these boundaries. One can also observe the change...
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Two segments of the Bell Labs apparatus are connected. The segments have different impedance. When a pulse travels from high impedance to low impedance, it is reflected with positive polarity and transmitted with positive polarity. Wh...
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Standing waves are created on the Bell Labs apparatus. The apparatus is "open" at both ends, therefore the number of nodes is equal to the number of overtones. For example, the fourth harmonic will have four nodes, the fifth harmonic w...
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A single pulse creates two waves of one-half amplitude. When the waves pass each other they add constructively to create the original pulse.
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