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Professor David R. Wallace PhD ’95 welcomes the Silver Team, which developed a sushi-ferrying robot, to the stage at 2.009 presentations yesterday. The course required students to design and build a solution to an issue related to food.
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December 7, 2010
As a large clock counted down from two minutes, the excitement of the crowd in the nearly packed Kresge Auditorium reached fever pitch. Students, faculty, and friends gathered to see the results of months of labor from the students of 2.009 (Product Engineering Processes), who were tasked with designing a food-themed product.
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December 7, 2010
Stem cell researchers can be cautiously optimistic.
NEWS EDITOR
December 7, 2010
Yesterday, the Anna L. Tang trial entered its 5th day, and the entire day was spent on the testimony of one witness — arguably the most pivotal yet confusing witness of the entire trial — the prosecution’s Court-appointed forensic psychologist, Dr. Alison Fife. Under cross-examination, Fife’s credibility took several large hits.
December 7, 2010
Set to begin operations by early January, the Koch Cafe (Bldg. 76) will replace the currently operating Bio Cafe (Bldg. 68). The Bio Cafe will discontinue its service on Friday, December 17.



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