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Governments today operate in an increasingly globalized, interconnected ecosystem. Many look to e-services to provide better citizen services, but too often they find themselves stuck in the old paradigm of approaching a complex technica...
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Teacher: Seham Tahir Musa Al-BohadjaSummary: This video aims to provide an illustrative lesson about the respiratory system in birds and howthe adaptations of that system over time have made it different than that of other living creatur...
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This is part 7 of 7. Over 7 billion human beings, degraded environment, declining economies, and soaring consumerism—such is today’s world. We are at a crossroads and our future is perplexing. The challenges that we now...
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Keynote Lecture: "Using Math to Unlock the Mysteries of Biology" Speaker: Dr. Corina Tarnita, Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University Recorded on September 7, 2013
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Benjamin Larson discusses his image, "Building a New Hip: Cartilage Grown on a Woven Polymer," one of ten winners of the 2012 Koch Institute Image Awards. See the image at: http://ki-galleries.mit.edu/2012/larson.
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