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Harvard Breaks Away

For many students, the end of exams today means a chance to extend the short winter break and think about

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Islamic Banking Database Unveiled

More than 100 participants gathered in Harvard Hall Monday afternoon to hear experts discuss Islamic banking and unveil the world's

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Nobel Winner Huber Explores Proteins

A full house gathered in Science Center D yesterday afternoon to hear Nobel prize-winner Robert Huber speak about his research

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Study Finds Proteins That May Kill Cancer

More than 200 people packed the Fairchild Biochemistry Lecture Hall Friday afternoon to hear Children's Hospital researcher M. Judah Folkman

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Study Finds Correlation Between Income, Mortality

Income inequality has a significant correlation with mortality rates in the United States, according to a recent study by researchers

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Researchers Say Schools Cannot Rely on Industry

Harvard Medical School researchers warned in a recent study that universities should not rely on corporate research funding as a

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University Battles to Stop Funding Cuts

In what president Neil L. Rudenstine calls "the most critical moment in federal funding of higher education since the Second

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Smoking: A Kid's Disease?

Cigarettes are "not a safe product" and are a threat to young people, said the head of the Food and

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Luminaries Remember JFK

A panel of four prominent liberals discussed ways to get the U.S. "moving forward again" before a full house at

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Harvard Administrators Join Youth Health Conference

What does it take to bring three mayors, eight deans, 16 presidents, the head of the Centers for Disease Control,

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Scientists Develop New Way to Detect Mutations

Researchers at Harvard Medical School reported last Wednesday the discovery of a faster, more specific technique to locate defective genes

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E.O. Wilson Makes Ants Into Public TV Stars

Harvard's world-renowned expert on ants cast his favorite subjects as the stars of a public television documentary that aired Tuesday

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Studies Change Common Theories on AIDS

Infection by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) triggers a nearly constant battle between two giants: the body's immune system and

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Mayr: Going Strong At 90

Ernst Mayr, Agassiz professor of zoology, emeritus, is affectionately known as Darwin's modern day bulldog. And at 90 years of

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Alum Named Chem Society President

Columbia University chemistry professor Ronald C. Breslow '52 last month was elected president of the world's largest scientific society. Breslow,

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