Interview at MIT
Interview at MIT
"u will show it and they will always remember"
I wish all teachers realise this and I can't thank you enough for these extremely useful and enjoyable lectures.
I like dr.walter lewin too much,
Love towards physics is growing you younger and younger every day...❤️
Walter I want to be your student
Lewin How can I contact you ??
And I want to tell you that you are the reason due to which me interest in physics subject has reach to next level.
I just want to learn many things from you
Please tell me how can i contact you
You are my hero in physics subject
Greetings mister walter, I'm from brazil and I love your lectures, and me and my friends, we are doing a van der graff generator the mechanical part seems really good, but it refuses to work properly. I would like to know if have any idea of what's usually wrong.
Four professors from
Four professors from Harvard and MIT share how their Christian faith and their intellectual development have informed each other. Featuring Tyler VanderWeele, Professor of Epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health, Rosalind Picard, Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT, Ian Hutchinson, Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering at MIT, and Nancy Hill, Professor of Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education.
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what did they pay these professors
I'm surprised they found two Christian professors at Harvard
Lecture 1: Introduction to
Lecture 1: Introduction to Solid State Chemistry
Instructor: Donald Sadoway
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Does anybody know the name of chalk he is using?
GO DIRECTLY to 33:58
Is there any pdf for these lectures?
The guy below saved my time. I'm listening the literature on Romeo and Juliet , maybe I'm wrong