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These aggressive cells are the driver mutations that drive the tumor's growth. The study, which shows a topological map of what to look for when examining tumors, comes at a needed time in cancer research, for while tumor cells can be extracted from biopsy, it's very difficult to know which cells are actually causing the growth.
5 hrs ago | New Scientist
THE world's largest robotic swarm has been created using an army of more than 1000 bots.
Students sieve through excavated soil during the 2007 excavation in Harvard Yard.
Homeowners are finally getting around to those home remodeling projects they were forced to put off during the worst of the recession, according to The Boston Globe .
The protein, interleukin-32, was discovered to be one biomarker of adequate host defense against TB.
WITHOUT any helping hand, more than 1,000 simple robots the size of votive candles can swarm themselves into complex shapes like a star or the letter K, US researchers said last Thursday.
A handkerchief waving from an aeroplane window in 1964 was the last connection Gladys Maphumulo had with her brother Nathaniel Ndazana "Nat" Nakasa as he jetted off to America, never to return alive.
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A male Harvard University employee was robbed at gunpoint early Tuesday morning by two individuals he had met at a restaurant in Harvard Square, according to Cambridge police.
Universities in the Netherlands have ranked stronger than ever, with four higher education institutions in the top 100 of the annual Shanghai Ranking.
The way parents balance their work schedules may affect their adolescent children's eating habits, according to Penn State researchers.
So were her mother and father. And his godfather taught in both public and private schools.
The SOCCKET is the brainchild of Harvard University students . Jessica Lin, Jessica Matthews, Julia Silverman and Hemali Thakkar invented a ball - but it isn't just any ball.
The national academic standards have sparked such vehement disputes that it might seem many states have already pulled out.
He was awarded a year's fellowship to study journalism at Harvard University in 1964 and took his own life a year later in New York at the age of 28. The apartheid government had refused to give him a passport so he had left on an exit permit, which meant he was unable to go home.
Has the $100 outlived its usefulness? Harvard University professor and former chief economist at the International Monetary Fund Ken Rogoff thinks so.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 08:25 am
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