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On May 15, 2013, 3dim earned the grand prize at this year’s MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition.
The MIT Glass Lab is administratively co-sponsored by the Materials Processing Center and the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.
Learning the difference between kinetic and static friction.
Jesper Juul offered this lecture on Nov. 28, 2006. Juul is a video game theorist and assistant professor in video game theory and design at the Centre for Computer Game Research Copenhagen, where he also earned his PhD.
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