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09/27/2010 4:30 PM e14"633Gara LaMarche, President and CEO, The Atlantic PhilanthropiesDescription: Gara LaMarche believes the nation's charitable organizations have lost "moral clarity," growing more concerned with "the fix, the interv...
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11/02/2010 4:00 PM 4"237Joseph F. Coughlin, Director, MIT AgeLab; Engineering Systems DivisionDescription: If the prospect of aging and infirmity seems remote, you could use some time with AGNES (Age Gain Now Empathy System), a wearable...
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09/30/2010 6:30 PM 32"141Aaron Koblin, Abramowitz Artist in Residence, MITDescription: Where others see just data points and fodder for bar graphs, Aaron Koblin visualizes dynamic systems where information assumes forms both abstract and...
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11/09/2010 4:30 PM Bartos theaterRichard Samuels, Ph D, '80, Ford International Professor of Political Science, Director, Center for International Studies; Henry D. Jacoby, Professor of Management, MIT Sloan; Barry Posen, Ford Internat...
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10/19/2010 4:30 PM 66"110Anna Badkhen, Author, "Peace Meals"; Fotini Christia, Assistant Professor in Political ScienceDescription: While breaking bread around the world with friends and families suffering through war and deprivation, A...
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11/17/2010 MuseumRich Camilli, Associate Scientist; Applied Ocean Physics & Engineering, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute; Description: It's a good thing for oil spill science that Richard Camilli was not yet on a flight to Australia...
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11/10/2010 MuseumChris Reddy, Marine Chemist, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Description: "An oil spill is a crime scene," says Christopher Reddy, but quite unlike the kind in TV whodunits, where fictional forensic whizzes help nai...
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12/07/2010 4:00 PM 4"237Seth Teller, Prof. EECSDescription: Although we are still far from the moment of singularity, or even Star Wars 'droids, we can anticipate robot colleagues in the near future, believes Seth Teller. He is developi...
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10/26/2010 4:00 PM 4"237Hamsa Balakrishnan, Asst Professor, Aero Astro and Engineering SystemsDescription: Few of us would elect to spend countless hours at the airport watching planes arrive, depart and sit at gates. But what constitut...
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10/05/2010 4:00 PM 4"237Alex (Sandy) Pentland, PhD '82, Toshiba Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, and Director of Human Dynamics Research, MIT Media LabDescription: While automakers market increasingly intelligent cars, they may be m...
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09/14/2010 4:30 PM 66"110Andrew J. Bacevich, Professor, International Relations and History, Boston UniversityDescription: Washington stubbornly sticks to national security policies that don't work, are devoid of moral considerations, an...
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10/25/2010 4:00 PM Wong AuditoriumThe Honorable John P. Holdren, '65, SM '66, Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the PresidentDescription: In a meaty lecture that serves as a concise and comprehensive ...
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