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Blood-brain barrier chip

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Anecdotes aren’t data

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Boston Ballet films a promotional spot at Arnold Arboretum

The Boston Ballet company spends an afternoon and evening shooting a promotional video in the forest-like setting of Arnold Arboretum.

Focal Point: Harvard Professor Steven Pinker says the truth lies in the data

Steven Pinker, the Johnstone Family Professor of Psychology, points to a number of instances where the use of anecdotes over data creates a false narrative.

Wyss Institute develops technology to better study blood-brain barrier

Wyss Institute scientists have developed chip technology that mimics the blood-brain barrier in humans. …

iRobot acquires Root Robotics, bringing coding education to classrooms worldwide

The iRobot Corp. announced its acquisition of Root Robotics, Inc. …

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What does Morsi's death mean for Egypt?

Jun 18, 2019Egypt's only democratically elected president died on Monday while attending a court session in Cairo.

How to Defuse Gulf Tensions and Avoid War with Iran

Jun 24, 2019The Trump administration has spent over a year attempting to pressure Iran back to the negotiating table to get a “better deal” than the 2015 nuclear agreement known as the Joint …

LSC Housing Clinic student helps win precedent-setting case for domestic violence survivors facing eviction

A recent Massachusetts court case spearheaded by clinical students and teachers at the WilmerHale Legal Services Center (LSC) has created important new protections for survivors of domestic violence.

Originality and Invention | Vision & Justice

In this segment of “Vision & Justice,” Carrie Mae Weems and David Adjaye join Sarah Lewis to discuss the process of creating space and institutions and what it means to be an artist who …

Fiber-full eating for better health and lower cholesterol

Most Americans don’t eat enough fiber, and many people say it’s because they are worried about eating too many carbs, but eating the right kind of carbs is what makes the difference, and it’s …

The Stereotypes in MBA Case Studies

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What Startup Employees Can Teach the Rest of Us About Work

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