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Juan Cole is Richard P. Mitchell Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Michigan. He has written extensively about Egypt, Iran, Iraq, and South Asia. After Sept. 11, he launched a Weblog, “Informed Comment,” ...
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A sound artist and electronic musician who builds unique analog synthesizers, Rylan has performed across North America and throughout Europe, Russia, and Scandinavia; conducted workshops in Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Ghent, Belgium; a...
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A dialog (in speech and sign) between artists, designers, scientists, students, speakers, and signers. Participants touch on the range of human experience including deafness, and on acoustical engineering, especially resonance and sonic...
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The National Science Foundation interviewed Ed Boyden about his study published in the January 7 2010 issue of Nature. Results: Boyden's team developed a powerful new class of tools to reversibly shut down brain activity using different ...
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Motivator Alan Abel has spent the past thirty years turning people's lives around with humor and style. This is a lecture you will never forget and won't want to miss! Has someone done you wrong? Husband, wife or lover walk out on you?...
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Danish artists' group N55 comes to the Center as part of a new series hosted by the Interrogative Design Group (head: Krzysztof Wodiczko). N55 are artists who design and build humorous but functional tools meant for a utopian way of l...
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Opening remarks and alumni activities report by Toni Schuman '58, president, MIT Alumni Association; Alumni Fund update presented by Donald E. Shobrys '75, chair, Alumni Fund Board; Campaign for Students update presented by Jeffrey Newto...
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(Full event video available here: http://techtv.mit.edu/collections/c4fcm:1502/videos/9524-communications-forum-public-communications-in-slow-moving-crises- ) Governments, corporations, and communities plan for sudden crises: the Whit...
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The bottom-line mentality that swept American life in the last few decades, often overriding considerations of principle and professionalism in business, politics, the arts, higher education, journalism and other spheres, left its mark o...
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Dec. 5-6, 2007 Part 2 Sustainability is no longer relegated to offices that handle isolated issues like waste management or corporate charitable giving. Innovative leaders from a wide range of industries and functional areas are recogni...
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The Center's series Audit of the Conventional Wisdom continues with a look at the recent discovery out of the Venter laboratory: artificial life. Is this a global good or evil? Ken Oye, director of the Center's Program on Emerging Techn...
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