Salvaged papers shed light on Blanchot
Health leaders push for better cancer care in developing countries
Competing for a mate can shorten lifespan
Quantum networks advance with entanglement of photons, solid-state qubits
Exercise, calorie restrictions can rejuvenate older synapses
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Warnings of suicidal intent
Hyperfast star was booted from Milky Way
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Conflict of interest policy adopted
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By ‘putting a ring on it,’ microparticles can be captured
Two HSCI groups find residual genetic ‘memory’ in iPS cells;
New CIO for Harvard
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Harvard University appoints Anne H. Margulies as Chief Information Officer
Mom’s influence comes first
Study finds higher STD rates among users of erectile dysfunction drugs
Rare variants in gene coding may up risk of autoimmune disorders
With fasting, enzyme turns off body’s production of fats, cholesterol
Shape-shifting sheets automatically fold into multiple shapes
Harvard’s hearty harvest
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50 receive Dean’s Distinction awards
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Mind/Brain/Behavior awards seniors
Replicating nature’s design principles
Applied physicists create building blocks for a new class of optical circuits
CES awards travel grants for 2010-11
FAS names four full professors for 2010-11
Eck speaker for 138th Berea College Commencement
Thomas T. Hoopes Prize awarded
Ten faculty named Cabot Fellows
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The art of science
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‘Remarkable teachers’
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Pres. Faust calls global health one of her main priorities for Harvard;
Moving toward financial health
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Faculty of Arts and Sciences announces 2010-11 full professors
Six from Harvard receive Guggenheim Fellowships
Around the Schools: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
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Five awarded College Professorships
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‘The art of seeing things invisible’
Yielding strong results
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Triple appointment for historian
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Teaching as ‘a secular pulpit’
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Rebels to some, achievers to others
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Language of learning
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Around the Schools: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
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Gene silencing may cause limitations of induced pluripotent stem cells
Treading the green carpet
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Sumner M. Redstone donates $1M
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Sumner Redstone donates $1 million to Harvard University
Lessons from the Earth
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Mathematician Sophie Morel:
What are the”Hard Problems” in the social sciences?
In last semester, ‘Last Lectures’
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