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=<center>Week 12 Tuesday</center>=
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==Challenge: <font color = blue> </font color>==
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Guest lecture from Howard Silver of MIT libraries. <br>Topic: finding regulations/mandates that relate to your project. FDA? EPA? USDA?<br>
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Content for today [http://libraries.mit.edu/guides/courses/spring2008/1.016/Constructive%20Culture-08.html is here]. Also there are library patent support pages [http://libraries.mit.edu/guides/types/patents/ here.] These pages include video tutorials for self learning, and links to open resources that are, evidently, much easier to use that the USPTO. Last note from Howard is that good choices for subscription resources are BIOSIS and SciFinder Scholar. <br>
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==For next time==
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And here's the link to [http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=90014997 the NPR story] featuring our oft-used example Eau d'Coli and our very own 20.902ers. We Are Bioengineers, indeed.
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==<center><font color = blue>Presentations Round 1</font color></center>==
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==<center><font color = blue>Consultations</font color></center>==
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===Energy===
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*[http://esd.mit.edu/Faculty_Pages/oye/oye.htm Prof. Ken Oye] for Banne, Customizable Vaccine, 2:15-2:45
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===Human Practices===
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*[http://edboyden.org/ Prof. Ed Boyden] for BlaSh, Neuronal information processing, 2:15-2:45
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*[http://web.mit.edu/cheme/people/faculty/prather.html Prof. Kris Prather] for BioMagik, Vitamin A probiotic, 4:30-5PM
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*[http://www.oeb.harvard.edu/faculty/holbrook/people/missy/missy.html Prof. Missy Holbrook] for TreeHuggers, Inc, phone consultation, 4-4:30 PM
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*[http://web.mit.edu/be/people/grodzinsky.htm Prof. Alan J. Grodzinsky] for Scar-B-Gone, time ~3:30-4 (hard stop at 4)
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*[http://genomics.lbl.gov/ Prof. Adam Arkin] for Bio-logic, time 1:30-2PM from 16-325
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=<center>Week 12 Thursday</center>=
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==Challenge: <font color = blue> </font color>==
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==Lecture: <font color = blue> Tips on giving talks </font color>==
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==For next time==
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Today we considered tip and tricks that you might use to construct and deliver even better presentations.  Here is a link to the slides (with some notes):
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[[Media:EvenBetterPresentations.pdf | PDF]] and here's a [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLpjrHzgSRM YouTube video] that illustrates a lot of powerpoint "don'ts."<br>
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Happy Presenting!

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Week 12 Tuesday

Guest lecture from Howard Silver of MIT libraries.
Topic: finding regulations/mandates that relate to your project. FDA? EPA? USDA?
Content for today is here. Also there are library patent support pages here. These pages include video tutorials for self learning, and links to open resources that are, evidently, much easier to use that the USPTO. Last note from Howard is that good choices for subscription resources are BIOSIS and SciFinder Scholar.
And here's the link to the NPR story featuring our oft-used example Eau d'Coli and our very own 20.902ers. We Are Bioengineers, indeed.


Week 12 Studio

Consultations

Week 12 Thursday

Lecture: Tips on giving talks

Today we considered tip and tricks that you might use to construct and deliver even better presentations. Here is a link to the slides (with some notes): PDF and here's a YouTube video that illustrates a lot of powerpoint "don'ts."

Happy Presenting!
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