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International Development Night at the MIT Museum

International Development Night at the MIT Museum — taking place from 7-9 p.m. on April 2 — brings together a diverse audience to share ideas and learn about MIT international development technologies and projects. The evening offers networking opportunities and promotes social awareness about pressing global issues such as poverty, public health, education and mobility.

ID Night is also a unique opportunity for MIT students and staff to present their projects to a wide range of audiences. Last year's ID Night drew more than 400 attendees, including a large number of Harvard and MIT students, local scientists, engineers and participants from the Harvard International Development Conference (IDC) that runs in conjunction with the ID Night.

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