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Patrick Pushes Stem Cells

Gov. Deval L. Patrick ’78 announced last Friday that he will push to reverse restrictions on stem cell research that

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HMS To Triple Faculty Salary

In an effort to lure its physicians away from primary care and toward students, the University is giving them a

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Study Doubts Amnesia’s Literary Memory

In an unusual study published this month, researchers at Harvard Medical School have claimed that the psychiatric disorder known as

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Not Your Grandma’s Robot

Imagine a robot so small and light it could hover in the air on a fly’s wings. Robot expert Robert

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Software Provides Reading Lists

Last spring, Harvard Physics graduate student Alexander D. Wissner-Gross noticed something about the way the course material was structured in

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Hopes Raised for Heart Treatment

Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have discovered in mice what they believe to be cardiac master cells, which have

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Researchers Invent “Google” for Disease

A research team lead by scientists at the Broad Institute has developed a new tool that uses unique genetic patterns

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'American Nobel’ For Genetics Professor

CORRECTION APPENDED A Harvard Medical School professor who discovered an enzyme key to aging and cancer won the “American Nobel”

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Harvard Could Lose Researchers to University of Utah

Sixty neuroscience researchers at Harvard Medical School (HMS) could be leaving for the University of Utah because of a newly

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Material Man, Spiritual Body

When his alarm clock sounds at 6:30 a.m. each morning, Peter J. Gomes considers sleeping in until 8:30. The extra

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Moms May Influence Children’s Body Image

Maternal concerns about body weight may be the third leading cause of body image problems in adolescents, according to a

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Students, Profs Talk South Asian Studies

Students and faculty members voiced support for restructuring the South Asian Studies program in a roundtable discussion held last Friday,

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IOP Hosts Conference for Mayors

The Institute of Politics (IOP) hosted a conference last week for 20 incoming mayors from large cities nationwide, featuring three

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Fake Salient Ad Sparks Roundtable

Harvard students engaged in a heated discussion about the issue of ethnic and multicultural sensitivity in campus publications yesterday, in

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Diplomat Promotes Soft Power

The United States should aim to use less military force and more “soft power” in its foreign policy, a Carter

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
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VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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