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May be CEPT shouldn’t wait another 100 years

December 23, 2013

This sculpture by Jaume Plensa, earlier meant to be on loan, is now gifted to MIT by an anonymous Alumni. MIT already has a rich collection of art and prides itself in it, even as it maintains it’s excellence in engineering fields. Read the article here: @ http://tech.mit.edu/V131/N37/alchemist.html

 

http://tech.mit.edu/V131/N37/alchemist.html

Alchemist at MIT, a gift of gratitude

 

 May be CEPT shouldn’t wait another 100 years… or wish it needn’t have to.

 

 

 

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