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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has revolutionized brain research in much the same way that the telescope revolutionized astronomy. Museum visitors now have the opportunity use the red telephone in the exhibit Sampling MIT to become par...
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Produced by Craig Simons, Knight Science Journalism fellow at MIT. Simons is one of 12 fellows at KSJ. They spend nine months auditing courses in science, health, technology and new media. Watch Jen Lin-Lui, Simons' wife, make authent...
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Grounding rod tips of different sizes are used to discharge a large Van de Graaff generator. The larger the curvature of the tip, the more charge must build up to break down the air, resulting in longer sparks. The electricity ionizes ...
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21A.339J DV Lab: Documenting Science through Video and New Media (Same subject as STS.064J) 3-3-6 HASS Lec: T2-5, Lab: R2-5. An introductory exploration of documentary film theory and production, focusing on documentaries about scienc...
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The Quantum Information Science for Undergraduates is a summer enrichment program of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It is a program of the IGERT Interdisciplinary Quantum Information Science and Engineering (iQuISE) iquise.mi...
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TOPS is a six-week summer program aimed at physics and engineering majors who are currently in their sophomore or junior year and are considering careers in teaching at the secondary level. The program is hosted by the Center for Ultraco...
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Professor Robert Weinberg talks about his life in science and biology. Part of the "Conversations with Scientists" series sponsored by the MIT Department of Biology and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
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