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Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
Emily Conn ‘11, MISTI-Japan
Courtesy of Emily G. Conn
Courtesy of Emily G. Conn
Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
Kirsten Hessler, MISTI-Germany
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Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
Hannah Farrow ‘11, MISTI-China
Arfa Aijazi—The Tech
Isaac Lozado ‘11, MISTI-India, MISTI-Mexico
Manohar B. Srikanth—The Tech
A visitor looks at one of the displays in the new Koch Institute gallery. The image, captured by Kara Cerveny of the Steve Wilson Group at University College London, shows the differentiation of stem cells into functional neurons in the zebrafish eye.
Manohar B. Srikanth—The Tech
A visitor is spotted in the Koch Institute Gallery, which features striking biomedical images.
Courtesy of You C. Yoon
arfa aijazi—The Tech
You C. Yoon ’13, MISTI-Israel
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Mimi Yen ‘11, MISTI-Italy
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Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
The Koch Institute as viewed from Main Street. The MIT community and prominent figures including Cambridge Mayor David P. Maher, Senator Scott P. Brown, and David H. Koch ’62 celebrated the dedication of the David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research on March 4, 2011.
Lynn Jepsen
photo courtesy of Isaac W. Lozada
Courtesy of Catherine L. Drennan
Courtesy of Tina M. Stutzman
Courtesy of Isaac W. Lozada
William Yee—The Tech
Robert A. Weber ’13 throws the frisbee under pressure from a Northeastern defender. The Engineers and the Northeastern Huskies played an exhibition game at TD Garden on Sunday, March 6.
Melissa Renée Schumacher—The Tech
Jeremy M. Hahn ’12 (Protoss) takes on Yue Jack Chu G (Terran) in the first round of the Starcraft II tournament finals on Sunday, March 6. Hahn went on to the final round, but lost to Max M. Nelson ’12 (Terran).
Elizabeth D’Arienzo—The Tech
Patrick J. Vatterott ’13 prepares to spike the ball after a set by Timothy R. Lee ’11 in the Men’s Volleyball game held at Rockwell Cage this Saturday. The Engineers beat Mount Ida College in a decisive victory with a score of 3-0.
Manohar B. Srikanth—The Tech
Using props and sketches, the winning team of the FarmHack Event presents design solutions for water usage and associated energy consumption for small-scale farms. Farmhack@MIT, which is part of the MIT Global Challenge, brings together New England small-scale farmers and MIT engineers.