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Abbreviation for monoiodotyrosine.
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The Kendall Square area surrounding the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has changed significantly in recent years.
Sheets received his PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Cambridge (MA): Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 2004.
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Cheryl Chase, the founding director of the Intersex Society of North America, studied mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology before discovering her true calling as an intersex activist--an uphill battle, since most people Still don't understand the basics of the cause.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Center for Transportation Studies is offering a five-day course on the latest in logistics and supply chain management issues and techniques.
Mellon Foundation has awarded $145,000 to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Libraries to plan the development of an archive of dynamic journals--those newly emerging scholarly Web sites that provide a broad range of dynamic content.
James Versalovic, formerly at Baylor and now assistant professor of pathology at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr.
They will also leverage their collaboration with the Oxygen Project at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Lab for Computer Science.
The R&D involved the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T), DuPont Co., Boeing, Eastman Kodak, Lockheed, and Kraft, Inc.
from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, she has this new anthology of essays, and she is articulate on a full range of progressive social and economic issues.
"There is little doubt that competition would force |elementary and secondary~ schools to be sensitive to what customers want, but there's very little evidence that what they want is a rigorous education." A recent study by a Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ph.D.

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