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  • Rood, Jennifer E., S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    The Caribbean spiny lobster fishery is one of the most important industries in the economy of the Bahamas, and in turn it is one of the largest lobster industries in the world. The natural geography of the Bahamas makes ...
  • McIntosh, Bennett Allan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    That older relative who stays preternaturally sharp long into their 80's or 90's may hold within their skull the secret to understanding how we lose, and keep, our memories. There are many different ways of aging successfully, ...
  • Geib, Claudia M. (Claudia Marjorie) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016)
    From skinny sea lions on beaches in California, to hundreds of enormous dead whales in the fjords of Chile, scientists have been recently puzzled by a spate of dead and dying marine mammals. These events are so complicated- ...
  • Nighthill, Abigail Stokes (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    People have taken delight in nature throughout human history, but more recently the work of the natural historian has become more like that of the scientist. Using methods and tools of science, today's naturalists can ...
  • Fischer, Julie (Julie Lynn) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    Keywords: documentary, interactive, live, liveness, ephemerality, interactivity, theater, performance, television, televisuality, database, data, live data, real time Abstract: The field of documentary is undergoing a ...
  • McElvery, Raleigh (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    For the past four years, Christy Shake has given her son marijuana extract six times a day to ease his childhood epilepsy. Hers is a compelling story that highlights the potential benefits of medical cannabis. But in the ...
  • Phares, Madeleine Margaux (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016)
    The potential of electricity to improve the brain has captivated many. Electrical gadgets attract the rich and the poor, the educated and uneducated, the scientist and the charlatan. Over hundreds of years, people have ...
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