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In this lesson, we discuss the distribution of electrons in a carbon atom, introduce the students to examples of plastic materials made from organic compounds, explore environmentally safe materials that can mimic the same properties of ...
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This video will show you how you can use a company database, like Hoover's, to generate a list of competitors for a company. You can use this competitor list to generate a pool of companies to apply to, or to learn more about the c...
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This lesson examines the relationship between proteins and amino acids digested in the small intestine. It discusses their absorption into the blood, the various nucleic acids (mRNA, tRNA, rRNA) and the arrangement of proteins involved i...
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03/30/2004 12:00 PM Wong AuditoriumFrederick P. Salvucci, '61, SM '62, Senior Lecturer, Center for Transportation and Logistics, MITDescription: Sometimes good projects go bad, and other times, a bad project turns out well. Few people c...
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Eva is an urban planner and a public/private consultant. She has a Master’s degree in Architecture from the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava. At MIT she is interested in gaining new knowledge on urban development processes, the ...
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11/01/2005 6:00 PM Stata 32-141Yossi Sheffi, SM '77, PhD '78, Director, Engineering Systems Division, and Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Systems Director, MIT Center for Transportation and LogisticsDesc...
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Guest speaker, Professor Tom Angotti, Professor of Urban Affairs and Planning, Hunter College; Graduate Center, City University of New York with comments by Fred Salvucci, Departments Civil and Environmental Engineering; Urban Studies an...
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