Sunday, January 15, 2012

Energy (and Other) Events - January 15, 2012

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Solar as a Cottage Industry


Hacker Movies!
Mon Jan 16
MIT, Building E15-344, 20 Ames Street, Cambridge

The Wunderkids
War Games (1983)
Hackers (1995)

Since the 1980's, hackers have been a favorite subject of Hollywood and television. In this film series, we'll be watching some classic (and not so classic) examples from the genre, looking at how the depiction of hacker characters has changed over time. After the screenings, we'll adjourn for an informal discussion about how these different perspectives reflect changes in how hackers are viewed by mainstream society, and connections between popular culture depictions of hackers and federal computer crime statutes and prosecutions. Also featured: popcorn! A collection will be taken up for pizza when people are hungry. Come see the movies you like, and stay as long as you like.

Contact: Molly Sauter, (267) 337-3861, msauter@MIT.EDU
Sponsor: Comparative Media Studies


What is MassChallenge? When can I apply?
January 17, 2012
12pm - 1pm
Cambridge Innovation Center, 1 Broadway, 14th Floor, Cambridge, MA

Please join us for an information session and lunch at Cambridge Innovation Center
Pizza and drinks on us


Questions? Comments? Concerns? Suggestions?


Impacts of a Changing Climate
Tue Jan 17
MIT, Building E51-335, 2 Amherst Street, Cambridge

Martin Singh, Megan Lickley, Arthur Gueneau

We have just lived through a year of "weird weather", with a record dozen disasters causing over a billion-plus dollars in damages -- and this is just in the U.S.. The Globe and other media has written that weather is just "unpredictable", a period of "bad luck", an exaggerated El Nino: are they right? Is the weather unpredictable, or is it a pattern that we need to better understand?

Clearly, it is time to become more aware of the consequences of the changes that we are making in our atmosphere and oceans, and to start with a better understanding of how our weather is created.

Contact: Megan Lickley, E19-411,
Sponsor: Joint Program/Science and Policy of Global Change
Cosponsor: Center for Global Change Science


Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Poverty and Prosperity
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
MIT, Building E51-335, 2 Amherst Street, Cambridge
Speaker: Daron Acemoglu (MIT)

Open to: the general public

Sponsor(s): Economics Other Events IAP

For more information, contact:
Theresa Benevento


Tour of Harvard's Newest Green Laboratory
January 17, 2012
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Sherman Fairchild Building, 7 Divinity Ave, Cambridge

Join us for a tour of Harvard's newest and greenest laboratory building. Sherman-Fairchild (home of the Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology Department) opened this summer and features a number of unique features, including chilled beams, a grey-water reuse system, a heat recovery system, and state-of-the-art lighting technology.

RSVP by January 15.
Contact Name:


"Using smartphones to bring people and causes together"
Tuesday, January 17th, 2011
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations, Belfer Building, Kennedy School of Government, 79 JFK Street, Cambridge
Featured guest: Greg McHale, founder of good2gether


GreenPort Forum
Tuesday, January 17 at 7pm
Cambridgeport Baptist Church, 459 Putnam Ave at the corner of Magazine Street, Cambridge

Historical Alewife Restoration Project
Presented by Ellen Mass, President, Friends of Alewife Reservation

Clarification: The main focus of this presentation will be the storm water wetlands restoration project. The impact of the proposed removal of the silver maple forest on the storm water project has not yet been scientifically established. The forum may include discussion of the silver maple forest and likely impacts of its removal, but with clarity that there is no scientific claim that removal of the forest will ruin the stormwater project.

More information about the wetlands restoration project is available at


Discovering Opportunities for Saving Energy in Buildings
January 18, 2012
10:00am - 12:30pm
New College Theater, 12 Holyoke Street, Cambridge
Interested in learning more about building energy efficiency and the steps Harvard is taking to reduce energy consumption in buildings? Join the Harvard Energy Audit Team as they conduct an ASHRAE Level II energy audit of The New College Theater.


Collective Intelligence 101
Wed Jan 18
MIT, Building E62-450, 100 Main Street, Cambridge

Yiftach Nagar
Yiftach Nagar is a Doctoral Candidate at Sloan, working at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence.

If you are curious, or puzzled about what “collective intelligence” means, in both research and practice, here you will learn what a lot of other people have said, and probably get even more confused! I will try, however, to create a comprehensive and cohesive picture by synthesizing:
1. Theoretical Ideas (spanning philosophy of mind, distributed cognition, psychology and… robotics),
2. Empirical Evidence (including neuro-science and social psychology), and
3. Applications and Implications for research and practice.

No background needed. This may be of interest to students and guests from any discipline.

Contact: Yiftach Nagar,
Sponsor: Yiftach Nagar, E62-427,


Steps to Limit Future Global Financial Crises
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
MIT, Building E51-315, 2 Amherst Street, Cambridge

Speaker: Peter Diamond (MIT)
Open to: the general public

Sponsor(s): Economics Other Events IAP

For more information, contact:
Theresa Benevento


Random Matrix Theory: Cutting edge research and applications in science, engineering, and finance

Wednesday, January 18, 2012


MIT, Buidling 2-190, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge

Speaker: Alan Edelman

Mathematics Lecture Series

Random matrix theory is the natural third member of the sequence: scalar probability, vector probability, matrix probability. It came last because it was harder, but it is also richer. Pure mathematics loves that there is still so much to discover. New applications are found every day. Learn a bit today and even more in 18.338 this upcoming semester.

Web site:
Open to: the general public
Sponsor(s): Mathematics, Department of
For more information, contact:
Sheel Ganatra


Harvard Steam Plant Tour

Thursday, January 18

3:00pm - 4:00pm
Courtyard, 46 Blackstone Street, Cambridge
Learn about the underpinnings of our campus operations by visiting Harvard's steam plant and learning about its energy efficiency upgrades, witnessing boilers and a steam turbine generator at work, and walking through the tunnels.

RSVP by January 15.
Contact Name:


Photonic Integrated Devices, Circuits, and Subsystems
January 18, 2012
4:00 pm
Room 339, Photonics Center, 8 Saint Mary’s Street, Boston

Jonathan Klamkin

Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs) offer a means to greatly reduce the size, weight, power, and cost, and increase performance and reliability of photonic systems. This talk will describe several examples of PICs and novel photonic devices including widely-tunable wavelength converters, coherent receivers, high-power photodiodes, and high-power laser transmitters. The applications for these circuits and devices range from wavelength-division-multiplexed systems to antenna remoting to long-haul free-space laser communications. The talk will also describe recent efforts to establish photonics foundries in both the United States and Eu-

Jonathan Klamkin received the B.S. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) from Cornell University in 2002, and the M.S. in ECE and Ph.D. in Electronic Materials from the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) in 2004 and 2008 respectively. From 2001-2002 he worked at BinOptics Corp. At UCSB he devel-
oped widely-tunable semiconductor lasers, photodetectors, modulators and semiconductor optical amplifiers for InP-based photonic integrated circuits including coherent receivers and wavelength converters. From 2008-2011 he was a member of the Technical Staff in the Electrooptical Materials and Devices Group at MIT
Lincoln Laboratory. There he served as a principal investigator for several programs funded by the US Air Force and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) on photonic integrated circuits for microwave photonics and free-space laser communications. Since September 2011, has been an Erasmus Mundus Visit-
ing Professor Scholar at the Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna,
Pisa, Italy.


Energy Projects Showcase

January 18, 2012


MIT, Lobby 10, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge

Come see what students are doing in energy! Learn all about the Solar Car. Interested in clean tech? Learn how to get involved in the Clean Energy Prize competition!

Sponsored by: MIT Energy Initiative, MIT Energy Club

Admission: Open to the public

Contact Lucy Fan


Challenges facing renewable energy technologies in 2012: A panel-led discussion
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
6:00 PM
CIC - (Cambridge Innovation Center) - 5th floor - Havana Conference Room, 1 Broadway, Cambridge

Initial details to hold the date while we wait for final confirmation from panelists /speakers. This will be a lively group and panel discussion of the challenges facing renewable energies in 2012 - more details to follow as we get confirmations.



Simple Light

Wednesday, January 18

6:30-8:30 pm

Margaret Fuller House, 71 Cherry Street, Cambridge (off of Main Street in Central Square)

Hello Activists looking for work,

Our first meeting will be Wednesday Jan 18 6:30 - 8:30 pm at Margaret Fuller House 71 Cherry Street off of Main Street in Central Square.
It is a first meeting with actual and potential sales people installation people, and managers. All are welcome and we can talk about everything we are working on currently, what is in the pipe line, and how we are working together for each others benefit as well as ourselves.

Our demo kit shows it all and we have marketing material and sales support material. There is a back office in NJ that generates proposals, 1/2 down with acceptable proposal, bulbs and self ballast are shipped and rest of payment is due on delivery. Team installs and cleans up. Everyone gets a piece of the sale, and we have a lot of product to work with.

David Fillingham
617 230-1904

Bring science to reality
All kinds of lighting, self balasted and retrofitted.
Part of a group of inventors focusing on low tech solutions.


Wind Energy 101 - An introduction to wind power technology

Thursday, January 19, 2012


MIT, Building 3-133, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge

Speaker: Alex Kalmikov

In recent years, wind energy has evolved from an emerging energy alternative into a global, rapidly maturing industry competitive with conventional energy sources. Come to learn about the technology that enabled this transition, allowing clean, emissions-free harvesting of the renewable wind resource.

Web site:
Open to: the general public
Sponsor(s): MIT Energy Initiative, Mechanical Engineering Dept.
For more information, contact:
Alex Kalmikov


“The interaction of capital costs and engineering systems: The case of energy-climate scenarios”

Thursday, January 19, 2012


MIT, Building E40-298, 1 Amherst Street, Cambridge

Hamed Ghoddusi - Post-doctoral Associate, Leading Technology & Policy and Engineering Systems Division


Environmental Health Colloquium
Thursday, January 19, 2012
12:30pm - 1:20pm
Harvard School of Public Health, Building 1, Room 1302, 677 Huntington Avenue, Boston

"Environmental Change and Infectious Disease: The Essential Role of Environmental Science"
Justin Remais, PhD, MS, Assistant Professor; Director, Graduate Program in Global Environmental Health, Emory University

Contact Name: Alissa Wilcox

Residential Energy Efficiency to the Max: Building a Net-Zero Energy LEED Platinum house

Thursday, January 19, 2012


MIT, Building E51-376, 2 Amherst Street, Cambridge

Speaker: David Miller

Come hear about what went into building the first net-zero energy, platinum LEED single family residence that's walking distance from Boston's "T". The design goals for this house were nearly impossible: to be net-zero energy and platinum LEED, to be extremely durable and low maintenance, to fit in and be an attractive addition to an upscale suburban neighborhood, and to have similar features as other new houses while being built at a comparable cost to houses that have conventional energy usage. Hear about the technologies, products and services that made this happen. Also, have the opportunity to sign-up for a tour.

Web site:
Open to: the general public
Sponsor(s): MIT Sloan School of Management
For more information, contact:
David Miller


Crowd-Powered Systems
January 19, 2012
2:50 pm - 4:00 pm
Tufts, Halligan 111, 161 College Avenue, Medford

Speaker: Michael Bernstein, MIT CSAIL

Abstract: Algorithms and design drive many innovations in computing, but their reach is limited. However, by looking beyond the user and to the crowd, we can grant interactive systems powerful new capabilities. This talk will present crowd-powered systems: interactive computing systems that embed crowdsourcing and human computation to support high-level conceptual activities such as writing, editing and photo- taking. Underlying these systems are new programming patterns and algorithms to coordinate crowd activity. I will focus mainly on Soylent, a word processor with a crowd inside, which coordinates crowd workers to produce interactive support for condensing and proofreading users' writing. I will also introduce Adrenaline, an exploration into realtime crowdsourcing. Adrenaline can recruit a crowd two seconds after request, complete simple tasks like five-person votes within five seconds, and execute large-scale searches in ten seconds.
Bio: Michael Bernstein is a PhD student in computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research lies at the intersection of computer science, crowdsourcing and social computing: designing interfaces powered by crowds and interfaces enabling new kinds of social interaction. He was awarded the Best Student Paper award at UIST 2010, Best Paper Award at ICWSM 2011, the NSF graduate research fellowship and the Microsoft Research Ph.D. fellowship. His work has appeared in venues like the New York Times and Wired. He earned an S.M. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT, and a B.S. in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University.


Venture Cafe Night with Microsoft Bing! Simple, Beautiful, and Scalable #Food #Mentors
Thursday, January 19, 2012
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM (ET)
The Venture Cafe at Cambridge Innovation Center, 4th Floor, 1 Broadway, Cambridge

Does your online startup need design insights? Are you working on ways to present info about complex networks to your clients and need to understand what makes visual sense and what doesn't? Need to know how to scale your Web application as you hit critical mass?
Take this unique opportunity to chat over great drinks and food with TEDGlobal speaker and Bing interaction designer Manuel Lima about great design and how to best present complex information. If your startup is working on tech issues "under the hood," take your drink and plate over to Principal Program Manager Michael Schechter and learn more about how your startup can scale to its next high performance rollout - with new branding - and what pitfalls to avoid.

Register at


Energy Start-up Workshop

January 19, 2012


MIT, Building 4-163, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge

Ever wonder what it takes to run a start-up? MIT spin-off companies will take you through the challenges and victories of being the underdogs in a corporate world.

Companies include:
Liquid Metal Batter Corporation: a spin-off from Professor Sadoway's lab at MIT. Their new battery technology aims to revolutionize grid-scale power storage. By decoupling power supply and power demand, it will enable widespread use of sustainable energy sources and more efficient power systems.

Coolchip: licensing patent-pending technologies to overcome the limitations of conventional air-based cooler designs. The key insight is focusing on the insulating layer of air that forms on critical heat transfer surfaces on conventional coolers. The core technologies have been developed by researchers at MIT.

OnChip Power: a fast-paced, VC-backed MIT start-up poised to disrupt the power supply industry. They are developing a new class of power supply systems based on a novel VHF switching architecture.

OsComp Systems (OCS) team of MIT engineers have invented a breakthrough, patent-pending technology that reduces operating and capital costs of [natural gas] compression by over 30%. OCS makes marginal gas wells profitable once again, and increases the margins from already profitable ones.

Sponsored by: MIT Energy Club, MIT Energy Initiative

Admission: Open to the public

Contact Lucy Fan


Coping with climate change today: Insights from the past
Thursday, January 19, 2012, 7-8:45 pm
Cambridge Main Public Library, Community Room, 449 Broadway, Cambridge

By any measure, climate change is unprecedented. “The earth that we knew – the only earth that we ever knew – is gone.” (Bill McKibben, Eaarth, p. 27)

But the crisis of climate change, the human crisis, is an old one with many precedents that we can learn from as we confront climate change in our own lives.

If you are aware that climate change is real and is a looming threat to our way of life, the conditions that made human civilization possible, and possibly to human survival then you are confronted with the choice that defines the crisis:

Should I accept climate change as inevitable, and pursue my own happiness and profit as things fall apart, or should I join with others and fight it, even though we must live with the certainty that we can’t stop it? World War II confronted the French people with more immediate threats and similar choices. Shortly after the war, in 1947, Albert Camus, a Frenchman who had fought in the resistance, wrote a novel about life during the war and reached back to an earlier century for a precedent to the shock of the Nazi occupation of France. He found it in an outbreak of The Plague, which he set in a modern city in North Africa.

We have little living memory of the war that Camus had just experienced, yet his precise account of the timeless human condition in crises of the past can help us understand how to respond to today’s crisis.


Wind Energy 102 - An introduction to wind physics and resource assessment

Friday, January 20, 2012


MIT, Building 3-133, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge

Speaker: Alex Kalmikov

Although usually invisible to the naked eye, wind carries enormous amounts of energy. Come to learn about the sources and forces of this energy and basic quantitative approaches to its assessment.

Web site:
Open to: the general public
Sponsor(s): MIT Energy Initiative, Mechanical Engineering Dept.
For more information, contact:
Alex Kalmikov


Retooling Our Energy Ecosystem: challenges and opportunities
Friday, January 20th, 2012
11:00 AM
BU, Room 245, 110 Cummington Street, Boston

Robert J. Hannemann, The Gordon Institute and the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tufts University

Refreshments served at 10:45 AM
The transformation of our energy system to meet the needs and constraints of the 21st century is arguably the major engineering challenge of the next 50 years. As technical leaders, engineers have a special responsibility to understand the energy challenge and advocate for appropriate responses to that challenge. No single technology can produce the “answer”. Furthermore, politics and economic policy are at least as important as technology in developing systemic solutions. This talk deals with the possibility of such a solution with mostly-existing technology, as well as some of the myths and less-well-understood characteristics of our energy ecosystem.

Rob Hannemann is the Director of the Tufts Gordon Institute and Chair of the Tufts Department of Mechanical Engineering. His technical and academic interests are focused on heat transfer, fluid mechanics, energy systems, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Dr. Hannemann earned advanced degrees in Mechanical Engineering from New York University (MS ‘72) and MIT (Sc.D.’75) after receiving his BS degree (with distinction) from the Illinois Institute of Technology. He has extensive
experience as an engineer, manager, and entrepreneur, and is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.


Energy and Environment Overview of New England

Friday, January 20, 2012


MIT, Building 4-231, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge

Speaker: John Moskal, EPA New England

Energy & Environment Community Discussion Series

The discussion will provide an overview of the electric generation and transmission system for New England, and the environmental, economic, and policy factors influencing development in the region over the next 5 - 10 years. Topics such as renewable energy technologies and energy efficiency will be discussed.

Open to: the general public

Sponsor(s): MIT Energy Club, Energy & Environment Community

For more information, contact:
Energy & Environment Community @ MIT Energy Club


Turmoil in the World Economy: A View From the IMF

Friday, January 20, 2012


MIT, Buidling E51-345, 2 Amherst Street, Cambridge

Speaker: Olivier Blanchard (MIT & IMF)

Open to: the general public

Sponsor(s): Economics Other Events IAP

For more information, contact:
Theresa Benevento




Day 1: Leadership in the 21st Century
Monday, January 23, 2012


MIT, Building E51-149, 2 Amherst Street, Cambridge

Understanding what makes a person an effective Leader - "The Art of Becoming"

Speaker: Partha S. Ghosh

Web site:
Open to: the general public
Sponsor(s): Undergraduate Advising and Academic Programming
For more information, contact:
UAAP Staff


Let’s Talk About Food Presents An Old Fashioned Teach-In on the 2012 Farm Bill
Sunday, January 29, 2012
2-6 pm with keynote panel at 3:00 p.m.
Cahners Theater, BOSTON MUSEUM OF SCIENCE, 1 Science Park, Boston

National experts on the 2012 Farm Bill Weigh In on Legislature and how it will affect farms
Panel speakers include:
Marion Nestle, PhD, Professor of Nutrition and Public Health at New York University, author of Food Politics and What to Eat
Representative Chellie Pingree (Maine), Member of the House Committee on Agriculture.
Moderator: Let’s Talk About Food Founder Louisa Kasdon.

What do we New Englanders need to know about the Farm Bill? Plenty. Spend the afternoon at the Museum of Science and learn why the Farm Bill should really be called the Food Bill. Most of us know that the Farm Bill is coming up for re-authorization in 2012, but we truly don’t understand why and how much (and is some cases, how little) it matters to each of us. Join an expert group of panelists to help break down what the Farm Bill means to the food and farming industry. The event will take place throughout the Museum of Science and will include keynotes, a working session, panel discussions, as well as a meet-up room for the community to learn what local organizations are doing.

FREE but please register at:


Envision Boston's Urban Agriculture

Monday, January 30, 2012

6-8:30 p.m.

Suffolk University, Downtown Boston, 73 Tremont Street, 9th Floor*
* Maximum capacity: 150 persons. Must bring some form of I.D. (Drivers license, credit card) to clear building security; OR, send your full name by January 27 to:

Brainstorm the future of agriculture in Boston! Learn about Urban Agriculture, taste food samples, and find out how zoning can support farming! Featuring Keynote Speaker Will Allen, Founder and CEO of Growing Power Inc., former pro athlete, and 2008 McArthur Foundation “Genius Grant” recipient for his work on urban farming and sustainable food production. Check out the Urban Agriculture Kickoff & Visioning Flyer here (!

Mayor Thomas M. Menino, the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA), and the Mayor’s Office of Food Initiatives are launching a new project to update the Boston Zoning Code to support Urban Agriculture (UA) city wide. UA is small scale farming that makes healthy, fresh food more accessible and empowers Bostonians by creating economic opportunity. Examples of urban farming include rooftop greenhouse agriculture, aquaponics (fish farming), community farms, farm stands, composting, and other fresh food-producing endeavors.




*J e s t e r*
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Hi All,

I am sending this out to a bunch of lists I'm on, so apologies for cross posting effects.

Our new forums are up and running, and they are free for all! We are aiming for this to become a place where Boston area collaborations, discussions and skill shares in audio, video, lighting, programming, hacking, and other various forms of 'making' happen.

Find them here:

Since its early, I imagine they will go through some serious evolutions in terms of organization but we hope you will stop by and check them out. The forums even work on most mobile platforms :)

You can sign in using your Gmail, Google app, or Facebook credentials so there is no need to create a new account (we'll be adding a button to make that more obvious soon).

If you have any suggestions or changes, let us know, and if you are up for helping moderate, please reach out!

Many thanks, and I hope to see you there!


Young World Inventors Success!

Young World Inventors ( finished their Kickstarter campaign ( to fund insider web stories of African and American innovators in collaboration successfully.

New contributions, however, will be accepted.




Massachusetts Attitudes About Climate Change – An opinion survey of Massachusetts residents conducted by MassINC and sponsored by the Barr Foundation found that 77% of respondents believe that global warming has “probably been happening” and 59% of all respondents see see it as being at least partially caused by human pollution. Only 42% of the state’s residents say global warming will have very serious consequences for Massachusetts if left unaddressed. The 18 to 29 age group is more likely to believe global warming is appearing and caused by humans compared to the 60+ age group. African-American (56%) and Latino residents (69%) are more likely than white residents (40%) to believe global warming will be a very serious problem if left unaddressed. The MassINC report, titled The 80 Percent Challenge: What Massachusetts must do to meet targets and make headway on climate change (, contains many other findings.


The presentations from the recent Affordable Comfort National Home Performance Conference are available online at

Lots of good information from what some call the best energy conference in the USA on Deep Energy Retrofits to Community Energy Challenges with details on insulation, heat flow, energy metering, ducting, hot water, and many, many other topics. If you are a practical energy wonk, this should make your eyes light up.


Free Monthly Energy Analysis

CarbonSalon is a free service that every month can automatically track your energy use and compare it to your past energy use (while controlling for how cold the weather is). You get a short friendly email that lets you know how you’re doing in your work to save energy.


Boston Food System

"The Boston Food System [listserv] provides a forum to post announcements of events, employment opportunities, internships, programs, lectures, and other activities as well as related articles or other publications of a non-commercial nature covering the area's food system - food, nutrition, farming, education, etc. - that take place or focus on or around Greater Boston (broadly delineated)."

The Boston area is one of the most active nationwide in terms of food system activities - projects, services, and events connected to food, farming, nutrition - and often connected to education, public health, environment, arts, social services and other arenas. Hundreds of organizations and enterprises cover our area, but what is going on week-to-week is not always well publicized.

Hence, the new Boston Food System listserv, as the place to let everyone know about these activities. Specifically:
Use of the BFS list will begin soon, once we get a decent base of subscribers. Clarification of what is appropriate to announce and other posting guidelines will be provided as well.

It's easy to subscribe right now at


Artisan Asylum

Sprout & Co: Community Driven Investigations

Greater Boston Solidarity Economy Mapping Project
a project by Wellesley College students that invites participation, contact

------------------------'s Guide to Boston


Links to events at 60 colleges and universities at Hubevents

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Fred Hapgood's Selected Lectures on Science and Engineering in the Boston Area

Boston Area Computer User Groups

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