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High resolution photograph of cracks in thin layer of glass atop a silicon wafer.
Selectman George Simolaris has filed a warrant article to explore options for transitioning away from a Town Meeting form of government, one he feels no longer represents the town's best interests.
It is a solemn custom in science to mark the names of collaborators who pass away during the course of an article's publication with a superscript no different than that indicating their academic affiliation.
Certain bold homeowners don't cringe when they look at the rows and rows of paint chips at the hardware store.
Move over, Cambridge. These days, anyone seeking a countercultural adventure comes to Somerville.
The Somerville company had grown to about 600 employees in the mid-20th century, making sturdy envelopes, boxes, and file folders for medical records.
Inaugurated in 1998 as "a way to fill a bad booking weekend," according to the Club Passim website, the twice-annual campfire.
The Boston Tech Guide, a website aimed at curating content related to Boston's tech startup scene and the brainchild of venture capitalist Rob Go, is set to launch by the end of September.
Mr. Augustine Goba, laboratory director at Kenema Government Hospital Lassa fever laboratory, diagnosed the first case of Ebola in Sierra Leone.
In the near future, the leaders of Massachusetts Institute of Technology will have to decide whether they want to take part in the worldwide scam known as bitcoin.
Researchers in Cambridge, Massachusetts say an experimental drug to treat multiple sclerosis is showing promise in clinical trials.
Encouraged by a decision in the Massachusetts Land Court, anti-nuclear activists are forging ahead with a lawsuit, arguing that the Pilgrim nuclear station in Plymouth and its storage of spent nuclear fuel have hurt property values in the area.
The Democratic primary race between Marian Ryan and Michael Sullivan for Middlesex district attorney is essentially the general election, since there's no Republican challenger.
Someone who has been mugged in a dark alley will likely never want to return there, having associated that location with a fear of being attacked.
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