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Vol. XXXIII No. 4March/April 2021

Methodological Appendix

Teresa Nelson, Dylan Nelson
...these data, we confronted a series of issues around sampling, source reliability, and variable definition. We’ve included our decisions in the Data Collection Best Practices Protocol to inform future data...

Vol. XXXIII No. 4March/April 2021

MIT Women and Men Faculty in Science and Engineering as Founders and Board Members of Companies in Science and Technology

A Report from the Data Group of the Boston Biotech Working Group Introduction As part of the Boston Biotech Working Group (BBWG) effort, a Data Group was established to better...

Vol. XXXIII No. 4March/April 2021

Origins of the Boston Biotech Working Group to Address the Underrepresentation of Women Faculty as Board Members and Founders of Biotech Start-ups

Nancy Hopkins
...Research Maria Zuber, who also requested data on ethnic composition be recorded and reported to the MIT administration. These data should serve to raise awareness of the importance of the...

Vol. XXXIII No. 4March/April 2021

The Future Founders Initiative: Q&A with Susan Hockfield and Sangeeta Bhatia

Sangeeta Bhatia, Robert Buderi, Susan Hockfield
...the former editor-in-chief of Technology Review and the founder of Xconomy. The conversation touched on a number of facets of the initiative and the changes it is fostering; a bootcamp...

Adventures of a Computational Scientist in the King Lab

...we would now call data science coinciding with the pioneering work of many individuals to build publicly available repositories of biological data, which were just then starting a period of...

Vol. XXXIV No. 1September/October 2021

Booster Recommendations and the Delta Variant

James C. S. Liu, MD
...Janssen/Johnson and Johnson vaccines, as the data we have suggest that their protection has not waned significantly. However, more data are being collected, and recommendations may change as the data...

Vol. XXXIII No. 4March/April 2021

Comment from Maria Zuber, E. A. Griswold Professor of Geophysics and Vice President for Research

Maria Zuber is power. The data collected by the Boston Biotech Working Group are already leading to actions that may ultimately help build careers, drive economic growth, and even save lives....

Vol. XXXIII No. 5May/June 2021

Education for Non-Robots

Luis Perez-Breva
...forth from slide to image with the press of a button. With picture-in-picture (another button), you can display both your camera image and iPad. A tablet pen lets you doodle...

Vol.XXXIII No. 1September/October 2020

Push the Pause Button on Teleconference Interviews for New Faculty Hires

W. Craig Carter, Amy K. Glasmeier, Susan S. Silbey
...Why is this so important? Data show that female faculty have already been disproportionally affected during Covid. Men are submitting 50% more papers during the Covid era than prior to...

Vol. XXXII No. 5May/June 2020

Interview with Ragon Institute Director Dr. Bruce Walker

The following interview by Faculty Newsletter Editorial Board Chair Jonathan Alan King (JAK) with Dr. Bruce Walker (BW) was held on May 18, 2020. JAK: You’re part of the Ragon...
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