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In this activity about neuron/target muscle recognition (page 44 of the PDF), learners arranged in two rows facing away from each other use string to simulate neural development. The lesson guide, part of NASA's "The Brain in Space: A Teacher's Guide with Activities for Neuroscience" includes background information and evaluation strategies.
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With interview season upon us, Kim Ebeling, Assistant Director of MIT Sloan Admissions, shares information about how to prepare for the Behavioral Event Interview.  She reminds interviewees to focus on demonstrated achievement, teamwork and leadership.  To read more about the interview process:  http://mitsloan.mit.edu/mba/admissions/apply-here/interviews/


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Online audiences have an opportunity to pose questions to Nobel Laureates, other prominent scientists and thought leaders about genetics and genomics at a unique science conference, titled Nobel Week Dialogue, taking place on December 9th 2012. Focusing on the theme of "The Genetic Revolution and its Impact on Society", this one day meeting will review current and future prospects for personalised medicine, genetically modified organisms and human evolution and biology. Go to:http://www.nobelw
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