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MIT

(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, www.mit.edu) The largest research university in the U.S. devoted to science and technology. Founded in 1861 to meet the challenges of the newly industrialized world, MIT has been involved in developing advances in military defense, computers, telecommunications and artificial intelligence. MIT, along with Harvard, are considered the most prestigious universities in the world. More than 10,000 students and 1,000 faculty members took part in the 2011-2012 curriculum. See OpenCourseWare.
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MIT and HP encountered several challenges along the way to building the super archive.
The project will include articles written by faculty and researchers, technical reports from MIT labs and centers, and other electronic content deemed valuable by the MIT Libraries or its partners among the schools, labs and centers at the university.
Another ongoing project at MIT is directed at foams with open cell structures, which may have applications as filters and insulators.
Hou disagrees, saying the tRNA McClain used is not fully understood to be a normal tRNA, and that in the MIT experiments the nucleic acid change always made tRNAs with some specificity to alanine.
The MIT Toxicogenomics Research Program is making considerable contribution to the field of toxicogenomics.
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The Sloan Alumni Club of Boston conducts a full calendar of events focused on MIT Leadership and Executive Management Best Practices.
With very public accounting scandals, compliance requirements, and recent questions over stock compensation, the role finance plays in an organization has never been under more scrutiny," said Jack McCullough, Co-Chair of MIT Sloan CFO Summit and New Ventures Practice Leader at AccountAbility Outsourcing.
The games market has been a key driver in the development of computer graphics, chip design, Internet connectivity and bandwidth innovation," said Trish Fleming, executive director, MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge.
Builds on MIT strengths and technology to seek new solutions
The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (CTL) today released research and conference reports based on an executive roundtable it conducted this August in Chicago.