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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Freshmen stand, kneel and sit on the floor at the back of 26-100 during the first lecture of 7.012. The fall semester biology GIR spilled over the 566-seat capacity of 26-100, though there was no overflow room, as is typical for the class.



Instrument designer Jason Sidney Sanford displays one of his creations. Sanford also led a workshop focused on the importance of feedback in design.



An instrument created by Jason Sidney Sanford and Zacharay Katz. Besides Sanford and Katz, t=0 also featured Mitch Kapor, the founder of Lotus Development Corporation; Brad Feld, the co-founder of Foundry Group and TechStars; Rich Miner, the co-founder for Android; Dharmesh Shah, the founder and CTO of HubSpot, and many more entrepreneurs and innovators.



This futurist humanoid machine was featured at the art gallery space at t=0, the entrepreneurship conference that took place at MIT this past weekend. Engineers, scientists, architects, inventors, and hackers came together to invent something new.



A delicate work of art by Art Politis is showcased at the art gallery at t=0.



Engineers, hackers, and others come together to take part in the Start-Up Lab at t=0 this past weekend. Each team proposed a business solution to a real-world problem: some proposed solutions to help change the educational landscape, and others tackled challenges in the health sector.



The t=0 stage featured Mitch Kapor, founder of Lotus Development Corporation; Brad Feld, the co-founder of Foundry Group and TechStars; Rich Miner, the co-founder of Android; Dharmesh Shah, the founder and CTO of HubSpot; and other entrepreneurs and innovators.


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