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Student Groups Expect To Move

The College plans to evict nearly all student groups from offices in Harvard Yard and force them to move to

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Plan Would Evict Student Groups From Yard Offices

The College plans to evict nearly all student groups from offices in Harvard Yard and force them to move to

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New Stem Cell Tactics Preserve Embryos

In an attempt to sidestep the moral dilemma surrounding embryonic stem cell research, United States scientists announced two new ways

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Hospital To Open $350M Center

Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a major teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School (HMS), will be holding an official ground-breaking ceremony

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Grant To Finance Stem Cell Research

Harvard, along with two other academic institutions, will take the lead in moving basic stem cell science towards clinical applications

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Culturing Support for Stem Cells

Just two weeks ago, stem cell researchers in Massachusetts won an important victory. A bill allowing scientists to conduct embryonic

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Melton Promotes Stem Cells

Cabot Professor of the Natural Sciences Douglas A. Melton has a lot on his plate these days. With the recent

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National Flu Vaccine Shortage Takes Toll on Harvard

For the 185 million people nationwide who face serious health risks during the flu season each year, a potential crisis

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New Stem Cell Lines Created

United States stem-cell research was trumped last week when South Korean scientist Hwang Soo-huk and his research team announced they

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House Approves Stem Cell Bill

The prospect for acquiring national funding to support Harvard’s commitment to stem cell research grew better on Tuesday when the

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Romney Pushes Changes to Bill

In the latest development of the ongoing legislative stem cell battle on Beacon Hill, Mass. Governor W. Mitt Romney has

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Harvard Awards Stem Cell Grants

One year after its establishment, the Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) awarded 12 University-wide scientists with its first set of

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Rumors of Harvard In China Prove False

Confusion spread in Asia last week after China’s top news agency erroneously reported that Harvard University plans to open a

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Project to Code Cancer Genomes

Barely two years after the completion of the Human Genome Project, a 13-year massive effort by worldwide scientists to map

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Mass. Stem Cell Bills Pass

In a blow to Mass. Governor W. Mitt Romney and a victory for Harvard scientists, the state’s legislative body overwhelmingly

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