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Mason G. Glidden ‘14 works on a cube containing 4,096 individually addressable LEDs during the three-day Bad Ideas Weekend. The device will be able to take captured images from an Xbox Kinect and display them on the cube.
STAFF REPORTER
January 25, 2012
All MIT departments are going paperless this semester with the implementation of online registration. During registration for the fall 2011 semester, Courses 4, 14, 15, 16, 18, 21W, and 24 tested the new online system. Administrators said that the online system was easy to use for both students and advisors.
STAFF REPORTER
January 25, 2012
How much would you be willing to pay to ride the subway?
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THE BOSTON GLOBE
January 25, 2012
Researchers at the University of California Los Angeles and Advanced Cell Technology in Marlborough have become the first to publish a study involving the use of embryonic stem cells in humans.
January 25, 2012



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