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In the Limelight: Students in `New Pathway'

Editor's Note: This is the second of a two-part series on the New Pathway curriculum at Harvard Medical School. Luanda

Activists Will Demand Release of AIDS Drug

The AIDS activist group famous for confrontational protests will bring its crusade to the gates of the Harvard School of

Murray Receives Nobel in Medicine

Honoring a half-century of work by a Harvard physician, the Nobel Assembly yesterday conferred the Nobel Prize in Medicine on

Murray Receives Nobel in Medicine

When reporters posed questions to Joseph E. Murray after he received the Nobel Prize for Medicine yesterday, the Harvard professor

Joining Fields to Fight a Crisis

This summer, Harvard made national headlines when three of its medical researchers discovered that a small, easily synthesized molecule binds

The Academy Seeks to Redefine Ties to Industry

The ivory tower and the real world have traditionally had a cozy relationship at Harvard Medical School. Many Med School

Medical Journal Editor Criticizes Health Care

The editor of the New England Journal of Medicine told the Class of 1990's Phi Beta Kappa members yesterday that

300 Remember Tiananmen Sq.

Wearing black armbands and holding candles, about 300 people gathered outside of MIT's student center last night at a memorial

Interim Dental Dean Chosen

When President Derek C. Bok appointed Joseph L. Henry interim dean of the Harvard School of Dental Medicine earlier this

Conflict Guidelines Approved

In a widely expected move, the board of the Harvard Medical Center on Wednesday approved without dissent a proposal for

Tosteson Supports Conflict Guidelines

A new set of research guidelines at Harvard Medical School should help the school's doctors avoid financial conflicts of interest

Med School Copes With Decreasing Applications

Why is Daniel D. Federman '49 smiling? While most medical schools nationwide are struggling to cope with drastically falling applicant

The Big Island: Where Nature Is Dominant

It you're looking for a vacation spot where the natives are friendly, the beaches are clean and the weather is

Crisis in Science Students Seen

Research universities are facing a growing crisis as the supply of well-trained students continues to lag behind the increasing nationwide

Cold Fusion Studies Continue

A group of scientists are urging their colleagues to continue research on the process of cold fusion, even though the

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