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The MIT Women's Technology Program (WTP) is a four-week summer academic and residential experience where female high school students explore engineering through hands-on classes, labs, and team-based projects in the summer after 11th gra...
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This summer in Genomics, sixteen MITES students were transformed into research scientists. In groups of four, students researched monogenic disorders such as Early Onset Breast Cancer and sequenced the DNA of several individuals to disco...
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2.12 is a Mechanical Engineering elective during which students make robotic mechanisms to accomplish a given task. This year, we have to pick up radioactive waste (i.e. glowsticks) from a nuclear reactor (i.e. tank of water). Our desig...
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A great group of kids visited the Edgerton Center and were able to build and program a nice variety of moving "machines". Using the MIT Media Lab's blue dot crickets and LogoBlocks software, these kids created a mosquito that can sense ...
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03/28/2011 9:00 AM KresgeNancy Hopkins, Amgen, Inc. Professor of BiologyDescription: It's difficult to imagine that at one point in her career, National Academy of Science member Nancy Hopkins thought to quit. In her talk, she relates th...
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02/05/2010 4:15 PM 32"123Paul Krugman, PhD'77, Professor of Economics and International Affairs; Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton UniversityDescription: The U.S. has had more than 70 years to come to ...
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03/16/2011 5:30 PM Bartos theaterRichard Samuels, Ph D, '80, Ford International Professor of Political Science, Director, Center for International Studies; Kenneth Oye, Associate Professor of Political Science and Engineering Systems an...
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