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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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Some people may believe that the Web already captures this content, particularly in the academic arena," said Bill Wickes, HP Labs manager for the MIT Libraries project, "but enhancements to the system are needed to ensure the integrity, flexibility and long-term value of the data.
Some tRNA researchers partly fault MIT scientists for not mentioning other important research in the field and overplaying the significance of their research.
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For over fifty years, the MIT Sloan School of Management has been one of the world's leading academic sources of innovation in management theory and practice.
The opportunity to network here at MIT, plug into the local game developer network and talk about the Green Monster vision is fantastic.
13, the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence (CCI) has already set an ambitious goal to understand how to harness the power of large numbers of peopleaconnected together through Internet and other technologies ato better solve a range of business, scientific, and societal problems.
is a principal investigator in the Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department at MIT.
Jennifer O'Grady, the organizer for the roundtable and publisher of the MIT Supply Chain Strategy Newsletter, will serve as executive director for the MIT Demand Management Solutions Research Group.
MIT announced today that it will break ground in spring 2007 for a new Media Lab designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki.
The MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics (CTL) has launched a ground-breaking research project to develop new solutions to one of the toughest challenges facing companies today: matching supply and demand in an increasingly uncertain business environment.
Nobel Laureate, MIT professor and pioneer of RNA interference.
Some of our highest priorities at MIT are to prepare the next generation of inventors whose ideas can improve the world and call attention to the need for new solutions to critical energy, environment, public health and other challenges," said Susan Hockfield, president of MIT.