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MIT World — A Primary Source of Great Ideas on the Web
Which ideas and innovations can change the world?
MIT World™ answers that question by publishing key presentations by the MIT faculty and guest speakers who are shaping the future. These free, on-demand videos, available 24/7 to viewers worldwide, reflect and extend MIT’s educational mission—to provide the best education in science, technology, and related fields—to engaged learners anytime, anywhere.
More a publication of thought leadership, and less a news site, MIT World aims to capture the pulse and excitement of the range of ideas discussed at MIT every day and share them with the world. A growing archive offers insights on topics ranging from architecture to innovation to technology and sustainability. Cumulatively, these presentations by world-class thinkers and doers map great ideas in the making.

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    • 3.6, 32 Ratings

MIT World — A Primary Source of Great Ideas on the Web
Which ideas and innovations can change the world?
MIT World™ answers that question by publishing key presentations by the MIT faculty and guest speakers who are shaping the future. These free, on-demand videos, available 24/7 to viewers worldwide, reflect and extend MIT’s educational mission—to provide the best education in science, technology, and related fields—to engaged learners anytime, anywhere.
More a publication of thought leadership, and less a news site, MIT World aims to capture the pulse and excitement of the range of ideas discussed at MIT every day and share them with the world. A growing archive offers insights on topics ranging from architecture to innovation to technology and sustainability. Cumulatively, these presentations by world-class thinkers and doers map great ideas in the making.

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3.6 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

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The first sentence is a run on sentence; however, this iTunes U video series is very informative and easy to follow.

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Nanotech is civilization's boon

By layman's standards, this lecture was carefully paced to keep my attention on controlled "sweetspot" atomic layer etching to make exact positioning of quantum dots in a photonic cavity match the hypothetical mode theory. To me, it shows that nanotechnology advances in physics is reaching towards a "golden age" of precision and effifciency.

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