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A dialog (in speech and sign) between artists, designers, scientists, students, speakers, and signers. Participants touch on the range of human experience including deafness, and on acoustical engineering, especially resonance and sonic...
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Presented by Dr. Sonal Jhaveri Dr. Sonal Jhaveri of the Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department at MIT talks about Manuscript Writing for scientists: the do's and do not's of how to write a scientific paper or grant proposal. Dr. Jhaveri...
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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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Talk by Trisha Gura, freelance science and medical journalist and author of the book, "Lying in Weight" (http://www.trishagura.com/). Part 4 of 5 of the IAP Science Journalism panel organized by the MIT careers office. NOTE: Part 5 is...
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10/14/2010 5:30 PM 46Alan Alda, Actor and WriterDescription: You wouldn't know that Alan Alda felt nervous in advance of addressing this audience of neuroscientists. In his trademark style, Alda chats up the crowd like an old friend, sh...
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04/25/2009 6:45 PM Wong AuditoriumGeoffrey Long, Researcher, Communications Director MIT"Singapore Gambit game lab; Gavin Grant, Publisher, Small Beer Press; Jennifer Jackson, Literary Agent; Robert Miller, President, Publisher Harper...
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