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MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) is aweb-based publication ofvirtually all MIT course content.OCW is open and available to theworld and is a permanent MITactivity.
Finance Theory: Fixed-Income Securities

MIT Open Courseware Andrew W. Lo

This mini course from the MIT Open Courseware Library, explains concepts related to fixed income securities. As part of a larger course on Financial Theory, this series of lectures introduces fixed-income...

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Finance Theory: Present Value Relations

MIT OpenCourseWare Andrew W. Lo

This mini-course from the MIT Open Courseware library, explains the concepts of Present Value Relations within the context of Finance Theory. This forms the basis of the theory of modern...

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How to Develop Gravitas

Dr. Mike Clayton

Click here to access a free preview of the How to Develop Gravitas course! Do People Pay Attention when You Speak? You want your words to carry weight, you want people...

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Introduction to Computational and Systems Biology

MIT Open Courseware

This course,  from the MIT Open Courseware library, gives a broad overview of computational and systems biology. Starting from a definition as well as where it fits within other fields...

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Introduction to Lean Thinking

MIT Open Courseware Hugh McManus

This course, adapted from the MIT Open Courseware library, gives an introduction to the principles of Lean Thinking. Through a series of recorded lectures, this course defines and gives an...

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Lean: Six Sigma Basics

Dr. Hugh McManus Dr. Earll M. Murman

This course, from the MIT Open Courseware Library, introduce Six Sigma, a valuable approach for improving process quality central to Lean thinking. It includes an active learning exercise in which...

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Local Alignment and Statistics

MIT Open Courseware Christopher Burge

This course, from the MIT Open Courseware library, provides an overview of the principles and tools used in classical and next-generation sequencing. The second half of the course covers BLAST-...

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Preview of How to Develop Gravitas

Dr. Mike Clayton

This is a free preview (15 minutes) of the How to Develop Gravitas course. The description of the full course (90 minutes) is provided below. Do People Pay Attention when You Speak?...

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Principles of Microeconomics: Supply and Demand

MIT Open Courseware Jonathan Gruber

Economics may have a reputation as a dismal science, but in fact it addresses some of the most fundamental problems we face: How to make the best decision given that...

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