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Video by: Pablo Correa Torres and Aakanksha Sarda (2012)An interview with Maria Stenzel a freelance photojournalist specializing in environmental issues (National Geographic Magazine). Since 1996 she have been documenting stories in...
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Video by: Jessica Perez (2011) Do-it-Yourself Biology is an innovative group dedicated to creating open source tools that allow anyone to perform sophisticated biological analyses. They meet regularly at SPROUT, a non-profit located in S...
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Video by: Caterina Scaramelli (2011) Water in the Mystic Watershed runs through a rich urban fabric of densely populated towns, and picks up different pollutants on the way. Every month, at dawn, a group of "Citizen scientists", resident...
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Video by: Melissa Edoh (2010) Lately, seeing flyers about technology-oriented development projects targeting Africa around MIT has had me reflecting on the history of "technology transfer" in Africa; mainly because the language of intern...
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