OA research in the news: A breakthrough in endometriosis research

Over the years Linda Griffith has undergone many surgeries for endometriosis, a condition in which tissue that normally grows in the...

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Hayden Library’s new mobile device charging station

Update, July 2016: Please note that we no longer have this charging station. Forgot your phone charging cable? Hayden Library now...

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Next open mic in the Lewis Music Library – March 7

Back by popular demand: Library music! Open mic in the Lewis Music Library, a chance to try out the new piano....

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Open-score intro to the Beethoven quartets – March 6

Open-Score Introduction to the Beethoven Quartets: The Jupiter Quartet,  hosted by Teresa Neff. Quartet in G Major, Op. 18, No. 2;...

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Discussion: Scientific imaging for artwork & other cultural heritage materials

Discussion: Thursday, February 27, 2014, 11:00 am, 14N-132 (DIRC) New scientific imaging tools offer the capability to see distinctive details on...

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Be an OECD Student Ambassador: and have a chance to go to Paris!

Interested in the world economy or international relations?  Then become an OECD Student Ambassador!  Deadline: March 30th. Student Ambassadors are undergraduates...

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Paper engineering page turns for music scores – March 3rd

Paper Engineering Page Turns for  Music Scores Come spend an hour with composer and vocalist Erin Gee and MIT Libraries Conservator...

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Composer Charles Shadle – Wednesday, March 5

Composer forum series: Charles Shadle Western Saddlebag: Cowboy Songs and the Craft of Composition. Charles Shadle, MIT Senior Lecturer in Music and...

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OA research in the news: MIT names new provost and chancellor

Two MIT faculty members have been named provost and chancellor, the Institute’s two most senior academic posts. Martin Schmidt, the new...

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