Seminars

Not all classes are available every term.  Please look at individual listings or course schedule to see what is offered.

Recreate Experiments from History: Inform the Future from the Past (G)

Provides perspective for thinking about the future through the study of historical physical science and historically significant experiments.

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Recreate Experiments from History: Inform the Future from the Past (U)

Provides perspective for thinking about the future through the study of historical physical science and historically significant experiments.

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Special Subject at the Edgerton Center

Seminar combining lectures and lab run by students and academic staff at the Edgerton Center.

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Special Subject at the Edgerton Center (Principles and Practices for Joining) - session I

Seminar combining lectures and lab run by students and academic staff at the Edgerton Center.

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Special Subject at the Edgerton Center (Principles and Practices for Joining) - session II

Seminar combining lectures and lab run by students and academic staff at the Edgerton Center.

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Special Subject at the Edgerton Center (Principles and Practices for Joining) - session III

Seminar combining lectures and lab run by students and academic staff at the Edgerton Center.

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Special Subject at the Edgerton Center (Principles and Practices of Subtractive Manufacturing Processes) - session I

Seminar combining lectures and lab run by students and academic staff at the Edgerton Center.

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Special Subject at the Edgerton Center (Principles and Practices of Subtractive Manufacturing Processes) - session II

Seminar combining lectures and lab run by students and academic staff at the Edgerton Center.

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Special Subject at the Edgerton Center (Principles and Practices of Subtractive Manufacturing Processes) - session III

Seminar combining lectures and lab run by students and academic staff at the Edgerton Center.

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Starting Up New Technology-Based Business Enterprises at MIT

Seminar participants define and study the development stages of new enterprises at MIT, from the exciting moment a new idea for a tech product or service is realized, through to selling, customer support, and the next new idea.

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