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The MIT Graduate Program in Science Writing is a one-year program that leads to a Master of Science (SM) in Science Writing.
Master's thesis by Philip McKenna S.M., Science Writing, 2006
Keywords: airplanes, biology, conservation, Direct Autumn Release, Grus Americana, migration, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, ultralights, whooping cranes
The concerns and ethics as wildlife biologists train endangered whooping cranes to follow behind ultralight airplanes for their migration’s entire 1,200-mile journey.
The medical, social, and political challenges facing patients, researchers, advocates, clinicians and caregivers in the coming decades – and today.
The attitudes, beliefs and practices related to media and technology in the unschooling subculture.
Today’s Ashkenazi Jews are appealing research subjects because they are both genetically interesting and culturally willing.
Last night, a great crowd turned out for the CMS Media Spectacle in honor of Chris Pomiecko, the former program administrator here at CMS.
Sam Ford, S.M., ’07 Graduate student Sam Ford (2007) was a member of the panel “The Perils and Promise of Interdisciplinarity” on Friday, April 14.
Ravi Purushotma (’06) and Dan Roy (’07) flew out to San Jose recently for the Game Developers Conference where they presented their work modding the LucasArts adventure game Grim Fandango to teach Spanish.