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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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03/12/2010 6:15 PM MuseumRich Wilson, '76, Founder and President, SitesAliveDescription: Rich Wilson had followed the Vend_e Globe Race (around"the"world single"handed) since its inception in 1988 but had never considered sailing it hims...
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06/15/2009 10:15 AM Wong AuditoriumJames A. Champy, '63, SM '65, Chairman of Consulting Perot Systems Corporation; Life Member, MIT Corporation; John Reed, Retired, Chairman, Citigroup, Inc.; Denis Cortese, CEO, Mayo Clinic; Steven E...
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05/25/2010 8:30 AM KresgeCharles M. Vest, HM, MIT President Emeritus and President, National Academy of EngineeringDescription: In Charles M. Vest's expansive vision, scientists and engineers around the world are creating a "meta univers...
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05/11/2010 6:00 PM MuseumSubra Suresh, ScD '81, Dean, MIT School of Engineering; ; Monica Diez"Silva, Post"doctoral fellow, DMSE; David Quinn, Graduate student, Mechanical EngineeringDescription: Malaria has afflicted mankind from tim...
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10/01/2010 1:00 PM e14"633Gerald D. Hines, Founder and Chairman, HinesDescription: An iconic figure in real estate development, Gerald D. Hines relates lessons learned over his half"century career to an admiring industry audience. Lever...
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03/16/2011 10:45 AM KresgePaula T. Hammond, Bayer Professor of Chemical Engineering, MIT; Sangeeta N. Bhatia, SM '93 PhD '97, Professor of Health Sciences and Technology and Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT;...
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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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