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Learn more about how the White lab is using mass spectrometry to better understand the key components of cell signaling that drive how cancer cells invade and proliferate in glioblastoma.
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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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