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Kara Cerveny discusses her image, "Sunrise in the Eye: The Making of a Retina," one of ten winners of the 2011 Koch Institute Image Awards. See the image at: http://ki.mit.edu/galleries/2011/cerveny.
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03/28/11 Transborder Disturbances: Aesthetics, Interventions and Technology Ricardo Dominguez, artist, activist and Associate Professor of Visual Arts, UCSD Respondent: Christopher Csikszentmihalyi, Director, MIT Center for Future Civi...
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Science & Fictions Laurent Grasso, artist, Paris, France Respondent: Stefan Helmreich, MIT Professor of Anthropology Laurent Grasso will discuss the ideas and processes behind his HAARP project (High Frequency Active Auroral resear...
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Former Bhatia lab graduate student Geoff von Maltzahn discusses a new system that allows nanoparticles to communicate for more efficient cancer targeting.
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03/14/11 Parallel/Peripheral: Working at the Intersection of Art and Other Jae Rhim Lee, artist and ACT research fellow, MIT, Cambridge MA Respondent: Nicholas A. Ashford, Professor of Technology and Policy; Director, MIT Technology...
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A Guide to Campo del Cielo Guillermo Faivovich & Nicolás Goldberg, artists, Buenos Aires, Argentina Respondent: Richard P. Binzel, MIT Professor of Planetary Science In 2006, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolás Goldberg began working o...
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Learn more about the Amon lab and how understanding cell division and cell stress may lead to the development of new drugs or compounds that selectively kill cancer cells.
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Learn more the work going on in the Irvine lab, which focuses on development of drug delivery tools and new methods for analyzing cellular immune responses.
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Learn more about the collaborative research that Professor Emeritus Eisen and his colleagues are conducting to better understand how the immune system could be used to fight cancer.
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Learn more about the work that Professor Anderson’s lab is doing to create tiny nanoparticles that can deliver RNA to a cancer cell to stop tumor growth—and how they are collaborating with industry to speed development of this potential ...
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Learn more about how the Love lab is using miniature micro titer plates and micro fluidics to evaluate populations of cells, maximize their productivity, and ultimately improve the process for developing cancer biologics.
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The 2011 McGovern Institute Symposium: Inhibition and Neural Circuit Function. This video features Gordon Fishell of New York University School of Medicine. His talk is entitled, "Neuronal activity is required for the development of spec...
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