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MIT

abbreviation for
(Education) Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Noun1.MIT - an engineering university in CambridgeMIT - an engineering university in Cambridge
Cambridge - a city in Massachusetts just to the north of Boston; site of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Attorneys for universities and colleges have been watching the MIT case closely for several years because of the debate it raises about an IHE's responsibility for students' well-being.
Calatrava will also present a public lecture, "Recent Work," at MIT on March 8, from 6:30-7:30 p.
In the spring of 2000, the project team that includes HP software developers, MIT administrators, and a faculty advisory committee began developing the system--a one-of-a-kind repository that can store all types of digital files and is accessible from any computer on campus.
The archive will be capable of holding the approximately 10,000 articles produced by MIT authors annually, including a large amount of multimedia content.
Much of the activity on the research side has taken place at MIT, through its Microcellular Plastics Consortium, established in 1988.
Four other scientific groups working in the same area agree the MIT work is important, but hardly most of the answer to the puzzle that some call "the second genetic code" and others call "the protein recognition problem.
The $30,000 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize is awarded annually to an MIT senior or graduate student who has created or improved a product or process, applied a technology in a new way, redesigned a system, or demonstrated remarkable inventiveness in other ways.
While the MIT announcement was met with some skepticism and even more cynicism, MIT has never relinquished its position of leadership.
Continuing support for further development of the liver chip for sensing applications is provided by the Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies at MIT.
The Handbook has two major purposes," said Ann Bookman, executive director of the MIT Workplace Center.
The MIT device was evaluated by North American Science Associates and scored 98% accuracy to correctly identify microorganisms in over fifty tests.
A recent panel discussion at MIT entitled "The Future of Longevity" was moderated by Walters and included Ben Stein, columnist, author and honorary chairperson of National Retirement Planning Week, Dr.