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Nano Explorations: Magnetic imaging with NV centers in diamond—Mar. 5

Join us on Tuesday, March 5, 2024 for the next Nano Explorations talk. Samuel Karlson, Second Lieutenant & Military Fellow in the Quantum Information and Integrated Nanosystems Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory and a graduate student in the Nuclear Science and Engineering Department, will present on magnetic imaging with NV centers in diamond.

11 a.m. — 11:45 a.m. ET
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Interactive SEM Microscopy Workshop - March 5

1:00PM -3:00PM ET 
MIT.nano 12-0168
In this workshop, Dr. James C. Weaver will share the best practices of acquiring the perfect SEM image—from creating fine art quality journal covers to developing new imaging skills for effectively communicating your research. Get ready to unlock the secrets to capturing not just images, but compelling narratives through your SEM work.

MIT Ethics in Technology and AI Conference—Feb. 28 & 29

What is the status of AI development and policy? And what are the ethical implications of what some call the next step in the evolution of intelligence? How do questions of ethics in AI keep pace with this breakneck speed of development? These and other pressing questions will be the subject of our conference, where leading MIT experts will weigh in on these issues and their impact on business, politics, education, and the overall direction of humanity.

Presented by the MIT Industrial Liasion Program (ILP)
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MTL Seminar: Shaping a soft future—Mar. 13

Join the Microsystems Technology Laboratories (MTL) for a seminar by Michael Dickey, the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Professor in the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at NC State University.

12 p.m. – 1 p.m. ET
Allen Room (36-462)

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2024 MIT Health Science Technology Conference—Apr. 10 & 11

The 2024 MIT Health Science Technology Conference will highlight broad and transformative trends in biology and healthcare, including early-stage discovery, immune cell responses, diagnostics, clinical capabilities, process development, rapid and continuous manufacturing, robotics and automation, and sustainability, all enhanced by artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies.

Presented by the MIT Industrial Liaison Program (ILP).

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