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Her lecture notes: Supernovae are the explosive ends of the lives of massive stars. They are the most energetic events in the Universe, and they produce almost all the elements in the periodic table. Although several hundreds of supernov...
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Her lecture notes:The distribution of masses of dwarf satellite galaxies that are observed around Local Group galaxies differs substantially from simulations based on cold dark matter--the simulations predict many more dwarf galaxies tha...
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His lecutre notes:More than 80 years after its proposed existence, the neutrino remains mysterious and enigmatic. We don't know the mass of the neutrino, how many neutrinos there are, if neutrinos are different than anti-neutrinos, and m...
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Welcome to the 8th Annual European Short Film Festival at MIT. The ESSF over the last 8 years has showcased new short films ranging from narrative and documentary to experimental from all over Europe. This is a welcome to thi...
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Fifty Years Ahead: Imagining Nanotechnology, Quantum Computing, and Molecular Biology in 2062 Stata Center 32-141, March 24, 2012 Angela Belcher, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at MITSeth Lloyd, Professor of Mechani...
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The 2012 Game of the Week Podcast 6: SQUEEZICKS features GAMBIT Interaction Design Director Marleigh Norton. Squeezicks is a game based on research investigating the simulation of soft bodies in games. Physically s...
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The 2012 Game of the Week Podcast 3: THE SNOWFIELD featuring GAMBIT US Lead Game Designer, Matthew Weise and GAMBIT US Art Director, Jason Beene. The Snowfield represents an attempt to make a simulation-based narrat...
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An interview with Professor Xav Briggs about his time in Washington DC working in the Obama Administration. Briggs has a national reputation for his work on social capital and the 'geography of opportunity' – a policy and research ...
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