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CIS STARR Forum - Japan's Nuclear Crisis

MIT experts discuss Japan's nuclear past, present, and future from a political and engineering perspective. The presentation includes an eyewitness account of the crisis and the Japanese government's response.

Guest speakers:
Richard Samuels, Ford International Professor of Political Science and Director of the MIT Center for International Studies
Kenneth Oye, Associate Professor of Political Science and Engineering Systems
Michael Golay, MIT Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering

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Kenneth Oye sounds a little frustrated. Stay cool, man!

Posted over 3 years by physics_police

Oops, that was Michael Golay. Blah.

Posted over 3 years by physics_police

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