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The Alumni Association event View from the Top in London on Jan. 22, 2009, presented a panel of seasoned executives discussing the forces shaping our turbulent times. In this video, Leonard H. Schrank '68, chairman & CEO of Act3 Tech...
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The Alumni Association event View from the Top in London on Jan. 22, 2009, presented a panel of seasoned executives discussing the forces shaping our turbulent times. In this video, panelists field questions from the audience about the e...
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MLOG/ZLOG Webinar, February 12, 2008 - a panel of current MLOG and ZLOG students discuss how their hope to help change the world through supply chain led them to choose practical, real-world thesis projects that range from how to develop...
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A panel discussion featuring Boston-area energy policy experts. Gilbert Metcalf, Applied Public Finance, Department of Economics, Tufts University John Parsons, Director, Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change John...
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MIT LFM students are finalists in X PRIZE Foundation’s "Crazy Green Idea" Contest. Cast your vote now for Energy X PRIZE: Reduce Home Energy Usage A team of LFM 2010 students has been named one of three national finalists in the X PRIZ...
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Nelly Andrieu & Lee WeissResearch Fest 2008 Climate change and its political, social and economic implications are pushing companies to find ways to reduce the carbon footprint of their supply chains. This project examines tradeoffs...
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What's needed to address the global energy challenge? New technologies, new sources of capital, and new ways of thinking. See highlights from the 2008 MIT Energy Conference, and find out how MIT is playing a vital role in finding energy...
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In this video, MIT researchers add ammonium chloride in solution to the tunable gel, changing the gel's color. Washing the ammonium chloride away returns the gel to its original color. Full storyVideo / Youngjong Kang
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