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Vol. XXXIII No. 5May/June 2021

What Will Remain Post-Pandemic?

Shigeru Miyagawa, Meghan Perdue
...instructor. The instructor writes on the glass while lecturing, and the image through the camera is reversed, giving a mirror image, like the old Daguerreotype photography. In this way, the...

Bacteriophage P22 Scaffolding Protein (the Ghost in the Shell)

...generating hypotheses, it seemed to me that sometimes you needed to first generate more data in order to have something to hypothesize about. There was a legitimate concern here though,...

Chaperonin Assembly and Substrate Folding

...room. A poster for a monthly event dubbed “Data and Drinks,” where one person from two different Building 68 labs would present data while there was pizza and drinks for...

From Mississippi to MIT and Beyond

...Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island, NY. There I studied with Arnold Sparrow collecting mutational data from an experiment that flew aboard Biosatellite 2. The model system was the spider...

Vol. XXXIII No. 3January/February 2021

Task Force 2021 and Beyond – Toward “Building a Better MIT”

Rick L. Danheiser
...these two main workstreams was the Finance and Data Workstream (chaired by Professor Glenn Ellison and MIT Controller Danielle Khoury) as well as a Legal and Ethics resource team chaired...

Vol.XXXIII No. 1September/October 2020

Gratitude for our Community’s Commitment to Reinventing MIT in the Era of Covid

Cynthia Barnhart
At the September 16, 2020 Institute faculty meeting, I shared the image below as a way to convey the breadth of Covid-19’s impact on our mission and operations – and...

Don’t Fall in Love with Your Hypothesis

...procapsid, existed for this bacteriophage (Raytcheva et al. 2406-2415). It took more than a year to finally obtain data supporting our hypothesis. I was incredibly thrilled and excited as I...

Melissa Kosinski-Collins: Need Title

...chaperone interactions with HgDC. Jonathan was nothing but supportive of every crazy idea I had. Whenever I data-dumped on him in his office, he just smiled, tried to politely reel...

Vol. XXXIII No. 5May/June 2021

The More Challenging DEI – A Befitting Role for MIT

Yossi Sheffi
...by shielding these young adults with “trigger warnings” from ideas or data they may not agree with? Of course, there is always the “paradox of inclusion,” which means that if...

Vol. XXXIII No. 2November/December 2020

Nationwide Unemployment Insurance Fraud Scheme

...information from earlier national data breaches. There is, however, no indication that these fraudulent claims stem from any breach of MIT data. If you receive correspondence from the Department of...
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