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Brahms, Symphony No. 3, op. 90 MIT Symphony Orchestra (MITSO) Alan Yamamoto, guest conductor Recorded live at Kresge Auditorium, March 8, 1986 CD available at the Lewis Music Library Jump to: I. Allegro con brio Jump to: II. Andante ...
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MIT provides students with a wealth of information services and technology, including wired and wireless networks, the Athena computer network, free software, and much more. Stuart Peloquin teaches you how to use all of it here.
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04/29/2002, 5:30, 10-485 Edward T. Linenthal In this talk, Edward Linenthal discusses the similarities and differences in cultural reactions to the events of September 11, 2001, and the aftermath of the Oklahoma City terrorist bombin...
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06/08/2006 8:00 AM 46-3002Michael Yaffe, Professor of Biology, MITDescription: Early on in his lecture, Michael Yaffe serves up an amazing fact: If the distance between each DNA base pair were one foot apart, then each time a cell divid...
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10/05/2004 4:30 PM Wong AuditoriumMamphela Ramphele, Co-Chair, UN Global Commission on International Migration; Senior Advisor to the President of the World BankDescription: The world needs to come up with a coherent, comprehensive poli...
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MIT Sloan Action Learning Lab students: Please watch this important video to learn about MIT and Sloan's policy on nondisclosure agreements that Action Learning Lab students may be asked to sign by their host companies. Speakers: Ellen B...
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05/10/2004 12:00 PM McGovernRichard A. Young, Member, Whitehead Institute; Professor of Biology, MITDescription: Out of a world population of 6 billion, 57 million people die each year. And while we have gained 20 years in life expecta...
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