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Lab Tech Detained In Yale Slaying

NEW HAVEN, Conn.—Police and FBI agents searched the home of a Yale University animal research technician last night and led

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Justin Cosby in a photo released to the AP by his family. Cosby was shot in the basement of Kirkland House and later died from his injuries. Jabrai J. Copney was arraigned today on charges of first degree murder.

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Jocelyn G. Karlan '12 and two other college students were rescued Monday evening after the group became lost during a hike on Imbabura, an inactive volcano in Ecuador.

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In a photo provided by the campaign of Iranian reform candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi, the opposition leader addresses supporters at a demonstration in Tehran on Thursday. Government bans have hampered efforts by foreign media outlets to photograph protests

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Head coach Tommy Amaker continues to work to put Harvard men’s basketball on the map. With signature wins like the stunning double-digit victory over the Eagles, Amaker is starting to leave his mark on the program.

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Author John Updike '54 takes part in a panel discussion in Washington in 2006. Updike, the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, prolific man of letters and erudite chronicler of sex, divorce and other adventures in the postwar prime of the American empire, di

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Harvard coach Tommy Amaker, Keith Wright, and Drew Housman react during the second half of the Boston College game. Harvard won 82-70.

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Education Secretary-designate Arne Duncan looks on as President-elect Barack Obama announces the pick at a press conference Tuesday at the Dodge Renaissance Academy in Chicago.

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Harvard professor John P. Holdren speaks at the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy presentations in Pittsburgh last year.

In Breakthrough, Harvard Lab Causes Cells To Change Type

NEW YORK—Talk about an extreme makeover: Scientists have transformed one type of cell into another in living mice, a big