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JAS-Med 2013 The 11th Meeting of the Joint Atlantic Seminar for the History of Medicine October 25-26, 2013 at Harvard University and MIT Changing the form of presenting scholarship can significantly alter its content. Professor Shigeh...
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The Division of Student Life's Bob Ferrara and Marlena Love discuss the history of fraternities, sororities, and independent living groups at MIT. Part of a series of presentations by DSL staff on the history of student life at MIT.
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In this last Student Presentation for the 2011 program, a group of students present Professor Linda Elkins' paper on the Formation of Early Water Oceans on Rocky Planets. The research process used mathematical, chemical, and in depth sc...
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Cesar Hidalgo emphasizes some methods to simplify data complexities, and how measurements can be distorted. His closing remarks on producing information involve embedding generated knowledge in peoples minds, just like an app store. K...
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Like all research, we start with a problem, question, or hypothesis. In this presentation, six graduate students aim to discuss the connections between the dividing beta family of stable homotopic spheres and the congruences of q-expansi...
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July 12, 2011 - In this student presentation, based on Robert Hook's research, the students talk about the effect of pore size on cell adhesion in Collagen-GAG scaffolds. Porous cells and its connection to natural and mechanical engineer...
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June 21, 2011 A group of graduate student present Dr. Cesar Hidalgo's work on The Building Blocks Of Economic Complexity. The stepping stone, Adam Smith and his work in trying to understand why different countries had differing diversity...
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Jacquin Niles, Professor of Biological Engineering, with a main focus on Malaria research presents his work. Malaria, an asexual parasite infecting disease usually transferred by insects and animals, contributes a high mortality rate in ...
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In this presentation, seven grad students talk about their collective objective based on Professor Niles research: to figure out how cellular networks function and the role that small molecules play in these networks through gene knockou...
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