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A small amount of water is placed inside an airtight copper tube, with the end sealed by a rubber stopper. The tube is heated using a blowtorch, causing the water inside to boil. As the water changes from a liquid to a gas the pressure i...
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MIT 7.014 Introductory Biology, Spring 2005View the complete materials: http://ocw.mit.edu/high-school/biology/Instructor: Graham WalkerLicense: Creative Commons BY-NC-SAMore information at http://ocw.mit.edu/termsMore courses at http://...
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09/15/2009 2:00 PM E19Daniel Nocera, The Henry Dreyfus Professor of Energy and Professor of Chemistry; ; ; Description: Daniel Nocera is swimming very hard against the current of mainstream energy research. While many scientists are ...
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06/11/2009 1:00 PM KresgeThe Honorable John P. Holdren, '65, SM '66, Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President; Dr. Ian A. Waitz, Jerome C. Hunsaker Professor and Department Head, Department of...
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10/05/2007 1:50 PM Broad Institute ; Seth Lloyd, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Systems, Engineering Systems Division, MIT; Debjyoti Banerjee, Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&...
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10/05/2007 1:00 PM Broad InstituteSteven Chu, Secretary of EnergyDescription: This Nobel Prize"winning scientist admits to staying up late the night before his talk to bone up on thermodynamics. He puts his research to good use, discuss...
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10/05/2007 9:50 AM Broad Institute ; Howard Butler, former professor of mechanical engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., and the retired chair of the ME department at West Virginia University.; Andrew Foley, As...
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10/05/2007 8:30 AM Broad InstituteKenneth Dill, '70, SM '71, Professor of Biophysics;; Associate Dean of Research, University of California, San FranciscoDescription: "Biology is messy," says Kenneth Dill , and it's "heavily about entr...
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10/04/2007 3:30 PM Broad InstituteSeth Lloyd, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Systems, Engineering Systems Division, MIT; Bjarne Andresen; Eric Schneider; Adrian Bejan, '71, SM '72, PhD '75; Lyndsay Gordon; Miros...
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10/04/2007 1:30 PM Broad InstituteSeth Lloyd, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Systems, Engineering Systems Division, MIT; ; Gian Paolo Beretta, SM '80, SCD '82; Jochen Gemmer; Speranta Gheorghiu" Svirschevski; S...
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10/04/2007 11:10 AM Broad InstituteMax Tegmark, Associate Professor of Physics, Department of Physics, MITDescription: In spite of its old age, the Second Law of Thermodynamics "is alive and kicking," says Max Tegmark, stimulating resear...
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10/04/2007 10:20 AM Broad InstituteCharles Bennett, IBM Fellow, IBMDescription: In this often droll lecture on a very abstract subject, Charles Bennettexplores entropy, "one of my long loves," and how it relates to quantum information. ...
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