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April 24, 2015
Christine Borgman, author of Big Data, Little Data, No Data: Scholarship in the Networked World, discusses her book and argues for investments in data management in scholarly research. What is the meaning behind the title of the book? What makes data “big” or “little”?
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In our latest "Five Minutes" post, Peter Pesic, the author of Music and the Making of Modern Science answers our questions. His book makes the argument that music was vital for the development of mode...
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The year was 1968 and Marshall Nirenberg, an unassuming governement scientist working at the National Institutes of Health, had just won the Nobel Prize for cracking the genetic code. Franklin Portuga...
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Today the editors of  Textures of the Anthropocene: Grain Vapor Ray, a four-volume set of writings that examine the era of human-controlled nature from a variety of perspectives, answer questions abou...
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We regret to pass along the sad news of the death of our author Irving Singer, at age 89. Singer was not just a Press author but an MIT figure par excellence, having taught in the MIT Philosophy Depar...
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