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MIT's Food Computer Is Changing The Future Of How We Eat

When was the last time you ate something you grew? For many of us, the answer might well be “never.” Farming, increasingly, is something that happens in distant states or even distant lands, with the results flown or trucked in for us to pick over. 788 more words

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Division III of Heidegger's Being and Time: The Unanswered Question of Being (MIT Press)

Heidegger’s Being and Time is one of the most influential and important books in the history of philosophy, but it was left unfinished. The parts we have of it, Divisions I and II of Part One, were meant to be merely preparatory for the unwritten Division III, which was to have formed the point of the entire book when it turned to the topic of being itself. 50 more words


Hello out there! How to attract blog viewers: by Briana Le Goaix

Before attracting readers to my blog, it is essential I determine its purpose, and that this purpose is apparent and consistent throughout each post. This blog is being used to communicate information about academic media studies as it pertains to my undergraduate degree in Media, information and Technoculture. 529 more words

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Bioterrorism: ISIS' next venture

She is known as “Lady Al-Qaeda”.

An MIT-trained neuroscientist, The Taliban and Daesh wanted her so badly, that they were willing to trade their prisoners for her. 751 more words

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Science Sunday 07-23-17

Quoth The Raven “No Problem!”

A study in the July issue of Science once again demonstrates the stunningly high intelligence of ravens, and other members of the crow family. 640 more words


Helping students transition from the laboratory to robotics startup

A student walked up to me at an event following Monday’s TC Sessions: Robotics event in Cambridge. “I have a question for you,” he said, adding that he was a few months away from becoming a college senior. 1,230 more words