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The international development landscape is evolving in ways that impact how development is conceived and implemented around the world. This panel brings together representatives from development finance and knowledge producing institutio...
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The Mercury Game is a negotiation simulation that is designed to teach people about the role of science in international environmental policy making. To download the game go to: http://mit.edu/mercurygame
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The Affective Intelligent Driving Agent (AIDA) - a new in-car personal robot that aims to change the way we interact with our car. The project is a collaboration between the Personal Robots Group at the MIT Media Lab, MIT’s SENSEable Cit...
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six master in city planning CoLaborative thesis writers publicly presented their research on Regenerating Local Economies. Presentations were on Wednesday through Friday, April 21-23. Credits CoLaborative Thesis In order of appearan...
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The Site & Urban Systems Planning course at the MIT Department of Urban Studies & Planning is planning Boston's bicycle system and completing the city's streets. Final presentations at BU's Jacob Sleeper Hall (871 Commonwealth Ave, Bo...
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Watch the full panel discussion to see the whole conversation. In the summer of 2009, MIT CoLab deployed student staff to organizations in North Carolina, Mississippi, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Los Angeles, among others, to collabo...
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At the Beloved Community Center in Greensboro, NC, homeless neighbors and community members alike contribute to tending a large and growing garden. They share the food the grow with neighbors and the homeless hospitality house next door...
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