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5 XCOR Student Showcase Competition: Great Exploration Ideas for the Future
The five final student teams share their 'Revolutionary Exploration Ideas for the 21st Century", which will be judged by an invited panel of explorers. Competition website: http://explore.mit.edu.
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10 Closing remarks
Dava J. Newman SM '89 PhD '92, Chair, MIT150 Exploration Symposium; Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics and Engineering Systems; Director, Technology and Policy Program, MIT
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8 Exploration Visions Panel II
A second panel of experts will provide a forum for idea generation and strategic planning for the future of exploration.

Moderator: Christopher E. Carr '99 SM '01 ScD '05, Research Scientist, Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, MIT

* Dava J. Newman SM '89 PhD '92, Chair, MIT150 Exploration Symposium; Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics and Engineering Systems; Director, Technology and Policy Program, MIT
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9 Keynote address: Future Exploration Opportunities
* Peter H. Diamandis '83 SM '88, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, X PRIZE Foundation; Chief Executive Officer, Zero Gravity Corporation; Chairman and Co-Founder, Rocket Racing League; Co-Founder and Director, Space Adventures; Co-Founder, International Space University
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The Evolution of Protein Structures
To mark MIT’s 150th anniversary, the MIT Biology Department presented a forum on “The Evolution of Protein Structures” on Wednesday, May 1, 2011, 1 at 4 p.m. in Room 32-123 in the Ray and Maria Stata Center. The forum highlighted recent advances in understanding how proteins, extraordinary molecular machines that form the basis of all life processes, have evolved. Lecturers include Prof. Phillip A. Sharp, Institute Professor in The David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research
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Ed Boyden TED Talk: A Light Switch for Neurons
(18:39) In this talk presented at the 2011 TED conference, Ed Boyden describes a radical new technology for controlling brain activity with light. Ed Boyden is a professor at the MIT Media Lab and the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT.
TED Conference: Long Beach, California
March 3, 2011
http://www.ted.com/talks/ed_boyden.html

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“The Americas in the Age of Revolution, 1776-1836″ (part 4)
Watch video of Marshall Eakin, professor of history at Vanderbilt University, speaking April 13 on “The Americas in the Age of Revolution, 1776-1836,” as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. The revolution that created the United States was only one of many American revolutions. From 1776 to 1836, wars for independence erupted throughout the Americas—fromkeep reading »
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How old is the universe? (part 4)
Watch video of Vanderbilt Professor David A. Weintraub speaking April 13 on “How Old is the Universe?” as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. David A. Weintraub is professor of astronomy, director of the Communication of Science & Technology program, and director of Undergraduate Studies for Department of Physics & Astronomy at Vanderbilt University.keep reading »
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VUCast: Lifting lives with song
Lifting lives with song! See how Vanderbilt was spotlighted at the ACM Awards. Plus, a new label to put consumers in the “green,” and are menthol cigarettes more dangerous than regular smokes? It’s all in this week’s VUCast newscast.
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How old is the universe? (part 5)
Watch video of Vanderbilt Professor David A. Weintraub speaking April 20 on “How Old is the Universe?” as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. David A. Weintraub is professor of astronomy, director of the Communication of Science & Technology program, and director of Undergraduate Studies for Department of Physics & Astronomy at Vanderbilt University.keep reading »
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VUCast: What’s up doc?
Why is this burly bunny hopping the halls of VUMC? Plus, building hope for Vanderbilt’s youngest patients, and why a Swedish game show is jumping on the black & gold train!    
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Stephen Ash: “William G. Brownlow, Saint or Sinner? A Fresh Look at one of Tennessee’s Most Cont
Watch video of Stephen Ash discussing ”William G. Brownlow, Saint or Sinner? A Fresh Look at one of Tennessee’s Most Controversial Civil War Figures” April 21. Ash, professor of history at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is author of The Black Experience in the Civil War South and Firebrand of Liberty: The Story of Two Black Regiments That Changedkeep reading »
Author(s): Ann Marie Deer Owens

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From Jim Crow to the March on Washington: Alumni authors look back on the beginnings of a movement
Eric Etheridge, Charles Euchner and Alex Heard – three Vanderbilt University alumni who have written important books about the early years of the Civil Rights Movement – returned to their alma mater for a discussion and book signing on April 21. Watch video of “From Jim Crow to the March on Washington: Alumni Authors Look Back on thekeep reading »
Author(s): Ann Marie Deer Owens

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Nashville Ballet’s Carmina Burana
Watch video of Nashville Ballet’s Carmina Burana. Michael A. Rose, associate professor composition B at the Blair School of Music; Director Paul Vasterling, and dancers from the Nashville Ballet explored the larger than life production of Carmina Burana. Latin for Songs from Beuern, Carmina Burana is a collection of poems written by students and clergykeep reading »
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How old is the universe? (part 6)
Watch video of Vanderbilt Professor David A. Weintraub speaking April 27 on “How Old is the Universe?” as part of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. David A. Weintraub is professor of astronomy, director of the Communication of Science & Technology program, and director of Undergraduate Studies for Department of Physics & Astronomy at Vanderbilt University.keep reading »
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