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From the MIT community

Let There Be Light: Modern Cosmology and Kabbalah, A New Conversation between Science and Religion
By Howard Smith ‘66
New World Library, 2006, $15.95

Group Cognition: Computer Support for Building Collaborative Knowledge
By Gerry Stahl ‘67
MIT Press, 2006, $45.00

Breast Cancer Treatment by Focused Microwave Thermotherapy
By Alan J. Fenn, MIT researcher
Jones and Bartlett, 2007, $72.95

Structured Finance Modeling with Object-Oriented VBA
By Evan Tick ‘82, SM ‘82
John Wiley and Sons, 2007, $80.00

A Patent on Murder
By Charles M. Kaplan ‘53
Self-published through Booklocker, 2006, $16.95

Goldfield Mountain Hikes
By Ted Tenny ‘67
Gem Guides, 2006, $16.95

No Limit Hold ‘Em: Theory and Practice
By David Sklansky and Ed Miller ‘00
Two Plus Two Publishing, 2006, $29.95

Evocative Objects: Things We Think With
Edited by Sherry Turkle, professor of social studies and director of the MIT Initiative on Technology and Self
MIT Press, 2007, $26.95

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