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The definition of a "perfect oyster" depends a lot on whether you're a fisherman or a conservationist. But can conservation efforts create an environment that will preserve everyone's perfect oyster? By Scott Berdahl, Camille Carlisle, ...
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Lately, seeing flyers about technology-oriented development projects targeting Africa around MIT has had me reflecting on the history of "technology transfer" in Africa; mainly because the language of international development often soun...
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For more information, visit http://rvsn.csail.mit.edu/wheelchair. New engineering developments offer opportunities to develop assistive technology that can improve the lives of many people who use wheelchairs. In our work, we are design...
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Presentations made on MIT energy research at a press briefing on March 5, 2010. Paula Hammond: Materials for Energy Applications Using Electrostatic Assembly Gang Chen: Nanostructured Materials for Energy Applications Michael Strano: Dis...
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The Laboratory for Advanced Materials (LAM) was officially opened on March 17, 2010. The LAM is the third in a series of renovation projects at the eastern end of the Infinite Corridor in the Main Group that have created public-facing ma...
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This autonomous helicopter has been equipped with voice activation technology. A user can give voice commands to the helicopter and the helicopter is able to respond or navigate to a requested location. More info here: http://du.tkollar....
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A fluorescent tube swings at the end of a long plexiglass rod. It is made to rotate and then brought near the Van de Graaff generator. The tube lights up when there is a potential difference between its ends. This happens when it is poi...
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