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MIT celebrates 150th anniversary with exhibition

2011-01-08 05:45:04 GMT2011-01-08 13:45:04 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Reporters are reflected in the case containing the 1973 model from the discovery of the structure of tRNA at the press preview for the MIT 150 Exhibition at the MIT Museum, celebrating Massachusetts Institute of Technology's 150 year anniversary, in Cambridge, Massachusetts January 7, 2011. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Dr. Debbie Douglas, curator of Science and Technology, is reflected in the 1977-78 Counterbeam on display at the MIT 150 Exhibition at the MIT Museum, celebrating Massachusetts Institute of Technology's 150 year anniversary, in Cambridge, Massachusetts January 7, 2011. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

Dr. Debbie Douglas, curator of Science and Technology, touches one of William Parker's 1972 Plasma Sculptures on display at the MIT 150 Exhibition at the MIT Museum, celebrating Massachusetts Institute of Technology's 150 year anniversary, in Cambridge, Massachusetts January 7, 2011.

A woman walks past a display of a brain slice of patient "H.M." at the press preview for the MIT 150 Exhibition at the MIT Museum, celebrating Massachusetts Institute of Technology's 150 year anniversary, in Cambridge, Massachusetts January 7, 2011. Patient H.M. has been extensively studied because of his inability to form long term memories following brain surgery in 1953 for his epilepsy. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

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