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From CBS This Morning: The engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology made a history breakthrough this fall, but it wasn't in a laboratory. It was on the football field. The school's Division 3 football team is undefeated this season for the first time ...
Even though we think of computers as super high-tech machines with tiny parts, they can also be huge, wooden, and mechanical. It's what they have in common that makes them computers - switches! ---------- Find us online! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MITK12 ...
Karim (Husayn) Karimi has been a valuable research programmer high school intern at MIT Sea Grant for the past three summers. After finishing 9th grade in 2012 he googled "math professors" to see if he could help on any computer science and math projects. This ...
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