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SPARKING ATTENTION

By Joseph T. Mcgrath
‘Let’s spark a revolution,” Melissa E. B. Franklin—the first woman to be tenured in Physics at Harvard—said last night while accepting the Spark Award for Women In Science at Harvard-Radcliffe.
‘Let’s spark a revolution,” Melissa E. B. Franklin—the first woman to be tenured in Physics at Harvard—said last night while accepting the Spark Award for Women In Science at Harvard-Radcliffe.

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