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Eddie (Bradley Cooper) enjoys the effects — but also discovers the dangers — of brain enhancement drugs in Limitless.
Alison M. Barnard
Shaena R. Berlin ’13 competes in the cycling portion of the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championship in Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Situation for Noon Eastern Time, Friday, April 15, 2011
Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
Mood Meter, a creation of MIT Media Lab, measures facial expressions from a public video feed. The developers of Mood Meter (from left: M. Ehsan Hoque G, Professor of Media Arts and Sciences Rosalind W. Picard ScD ’91, Javier H. Rivera G) pose in front of a large display showing smiles to people passing by the video camera.
Jessica L. Wass—The Tech
Yandong Liu and Susan J. Hockfield reaffirm MIT-China educational partnership.
Jessica L. Wass—The Tech
Madame Yandong Liu and President Susan J. Hockfield toast after signing an MIT-China educational partnership agreement this Wednesday at the McGovern Institute. Madame Liu’s appearance at McGovern was followed by a talk in Building E51 from 5–6 p.m.
Jessica L. Wass—The Tech
Chinese Councilor Yandong Liu presented MIT with gifts to honor the new MIT-China educational partnership, including a traditional-style Chinese painting and a collection of classic Chinese works. President Susan J. Hockfield gave the Councilor a glass pumpkin from the MIT Glass Lab.
Greg Steinbrecher—The Tech
Alchemist was fitted with a shirt promoting the annual “Dance ’Till You Drop” party held by the Burton Third Bombers. Previous years’ hacks to promote DTYD have included the shadow of the Bomber airplane inside the Bldg. 7 dome and a fake cement bomb on Kresge Lawn.