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Just started the course. Is there any way I can get a copy of Professor Weinberg's overhead slides from the lectures? It is sometimes hard to follow the discussion when you don't know what he is pointing at.

MIT OCW Biology
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I resorted to just using wikipedia and google to find illustrations of his slide materials Itunes has some newer bio courses where the slides are clear and the res of both video and audio are much better . Don't you just love Prof landers teaching style though !
Thanks. I enjoy both Weinberg and Landers. Awesome lectures.
I find that the full transcripts of the lectures (that are on the OCW pages for the individual video lectures) are really useful to go back and search for factoids I remember hearing, etc. I REALLY hope we can get an updated 7.012 course someday. They clearly recorded some or all of fall 2011 (as segments are used in the 701SC class, but they also point back to the 2004 videos in some case which seems odd). Z.

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