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If you're hoping to test your mettle in the world of computer science, you'd do well to check out this informative and erudite course offered as part of the OpenCourseWare initiative at MIT. The course was created by...
Explore the iLab Software Architecture via this presentation and learn about how this unique application allows multiple users to access live electronics equipment and devices via the internet. Sign up for a free user...
From MIT's extraordinary OpenCourseWare projects comes this computer science course focused on operating system engineering. Taught by Frans Kaashoek in the Fall of 2006, this course covers "virtual memory, kernel and...
Technology Review, published by MIT, presents their list of the ten technologies that they think are most likely to change the way we live. It includes the ten most exciting, world-changing technologies of the year....
Fab Labs are the educational outreach component for the Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Fab Lab is an abbreviation for Fabrication Laboratory. It is a group of...
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