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This with/in/sight program on November 7, 2012, featured three experts exploring the future of cancer diagnostics and treatments that are personlaized to the unique attributes of each patient and their cancer. Nikhil Munshi, multip...
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Krista Lynes, Assistant Professor, Communication Studies Department, Concordia University in Montreal, Canada In his critical analysis of postmodern culture, Fredric Jameson asserted that the particular temporality of video, its &l...
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Ros Gray, Lecturer, Critical Studies, Goldsmiths University of London Within the context of cinematographic traditions and different liberation movements on the African continent, Ros Gray’s research focuses on revolutionary cinem...
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Paul Chang, Assistant Professor of Biology at MIT, explains his lab's recent discovery that the protein PARP16 plays an important role in the cell's response to unfolded proteins, and could be a target for future cancer therapies.
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What would a cinema that serves its subjects, rather than forces of capital, look like? A cinema of refusal, a cinematic non-form that breaks away from the conditions set by capital. A cinema made entirely of the process itself, that can...
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Chip Lord, Professor Emeritus, Film & Digital Media, UC Santa Cruz Chip Lord’s talk presents several recent projects and includes a historical introduction to the radical art and architecture group Ant Farm, 1968–19...
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The discussions in this video were followed the screenings of two films of John Akomfrah. Reconsidering Handsworth Songs Handsworth Songs (1986), an essayistic documentary film, explores the history of the contemporary Britis...
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This fun animation brings the process of meiosis to life with moving clay chromosomes and proteins. Created by Matt Miller and Elcin Unal of the Amon lab at the David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT.
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This video profiles the Jacks Laboratory's work to understand the genetic pathways that enable the deadly spread of cancer. It is currently featured in the Koch Institute Public Galleries at MIT. See more educational exhibits from the Ga...
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This evening event featured insights from three experts from the field of cancer immunotherapy, which seeks to harness the power of the immune system in the fight against cancer. Speakers were Glenn Dranoff, Co-Leader of the Cancer Vacci...
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On April 26, 2012, 200 Boston-area students, MIT scientists and local community members came together to make cutting-edge cancer research come to life in the Bio Flash Mob. This event was organized for the Cambridge Science Festiv...
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