“The MIT xPRO Quantum Computing Fundamentals course was a game changer.”
It’s not every day you see a topic like quantum physics represented in a hit summer movie. Yet Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer has dazzled audiences everywhere and is on track to earn nearly $1 billion at the global box office.
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Are you considering enrolling in MIT xPRO’s additive manufacturing course? Don’t miss the chance to hear Professor John Hart, lead instructor of the course, discussing the implications of additive manufacturing with Financial Times global business columnist Rana Foroohar.
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Today’s business leaders and decision-makers know that innovation plays a critical role in everything from retaining top talent to improving productivity.