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The Department of Nuclear Science & Engineering provides educational opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students interested in advancing the frontiers of nuclear science and engineering and in developing applications of nuc...
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The 2013 ANS Student Conference theme - Public Image of the Nuclear Engineer - is aimed at ushering in a renewed image of the nuclear engineer by empowering our young engineers to engage with the public and effectively communicate the im...
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February 12, 2013 Speaker Richard Meserve, President, Carnegie Institution for Science Abstract The prospects for nuclear power vary widely from country to country as a result of many factors, ranging from the costs of alternatives, ...
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The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is deeply engaged in responding to climate variability through the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2008 and a Climate Change Adaptation report released in 2011. State officials join MIT fa...
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MIT EECS - Analog Devices Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scholar Lyne Tchapmi Petse presented her SuperUROP project titled "Low Energy Radio for Vital Signs TRansmission from the Ear to a Smrt-phone" at the Dec. 6, 2012, SuperUROP...
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Please join us at Silicon Valley Bank for an outlook on new and exciting clean technology businesses from an industry-leading group of panelists. Our panel brings together individuals from DoE’s ARPA-E research commercialization ar...
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Funding for renewable energy companies is hard to come by, but Energy Cache, founded by Aaron Fyke, LGO ’02, has attracted worldwide media attention and funding from investors including Bill Gates. As Fyke described to LGO alumni a...
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Find out what people in the energy field are doing and how to connect your research to real world issues. A panel of speakers share their career path stories and discuss various career options for entry in an energy related field. The sp...
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Neil Armstrong once said that our electric grid was one of the greatest engineering achievements of the 20th century. Yet, in the next few decades, our electric grid will need to be modernized to meet the evolving energy challenges...
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View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/behindthemagicInstructor: John Dolhuh, Jessica Harrop A gummy bear may not be big, but its few grams of sugar contain a lot of energy. Find out how much by combusting one lone gummy in a test ...
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MIT Energy Initiative Seminar Series Speaker Alán Aspuru-Guzik, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University Abstract Green-sulfur bacteria is a remarkable organism that can carry out photosynthesis in...
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The MIT Energy Initiative and the US Department of Energy hosted an invitation-only Women in Clean Energy Symposium on September 28, 2012. This symposium – for leaders who have helped advance the careers of women in clean energy, a...
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