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Cambridge, Massachusetts is located in Middlesex County. Zip codes in Cambridge, MA include 02238, 02142, and 02139. The median home price in Cambridge is $675,000 which is roughly $531/per square foot. More Cambridge information.

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3 hrs ago | WLNE-TV Providence

Shark Tank open casting call in Cambridge

Only the first 500 people in line will get the chance to make a 1 minute pitch of their business/product/idea and maybe get a spot on the show.


4 hrs ago | Nature

Tactical tenure manoeuvres

Academic scientists work long hours, against increasingly daunting odds, to publish the papers and win the grants that they hope will secure them a faculty post.


8 hrs ago | Berkshire Eagle

New Muddy Brook principal a district administrator, former teacher

The Berkshire Hills Regional School District has hired an in-house candidate as the new principal of Muddy Brook Elementary School.


12 hrs ago | Nature

Publishing: Credit where credit is due

Liz Allen, Amy Brand, Jo Scott, Micah Altman and Marjorie Hlava are trialling digital taxonomies to help researchers to identify their contributions to collaborative projects.


15 hrs ago | Harvard University

Harvard's Berkman Center to launch global research and action...

Cambridge, MA - Leveraging its national and global networks, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University is pleased to announce an effort to form a first-of-its-kind thematic network of experts, educators, practitioners, and ambassadors that will facilitate, promote, and strengthen collaboration to counter youth-oriented hate ... (more)


23 hrs ago | The Shrewsbury Lantern

Shrewsbury Residents Asked Once Again to Step Up for 46th Annual Walk for Hunger

Project Bread, a statewide anti-hunger organization committed to ending hunger in Massachusetts, has announced the 46th annual Walk For Hunger will take place on Sunday, May 4, 2014.


Tue Apr 15, 2014

Women sue lingerie companies over fat-reducing garments

Two Massachusetts women who purchased undergarments infused with capsules of caffeine and vitamins are suing the lingerie companies that manufactured them, alleging the products failed to live up to claims that they would melt away fat.



Good news: no 'ozone hole' in the Arctic

CAMBRIDGE, Mass- Since the discovery of the Antarctic ozone hole, scientists, policymakers, and the public have wondered whether we might someday see a similarly extreme depletion of ozone over the Arctic.


World News Report

DiaMedica to Present at the 2014 GTC Diabetes Summit

DiaMedica's Vice President, Clinical and Regulatory Affairs, Dr. Mark Robbins, will be presenting the data during the Diabetes Drug Discovery & Development session and chairing the session on Clinical Drug Development in Diabetes.



Biologist defiant over stem-cell method

The lead author of two hotly debated stem-cell papers made a tearful plea for forgiveness last week after her employer found her guilty of misconduct.


Tax News

US Universities Top 2014 Worldwide Rankings

A definitive global survey on academic prestige has found that the reputations of British and Australian universities have declined, and that US institutions increasingly dominate.


Mon Apr 14, 2014

Three Boston men indicted in shooting death of Cambridge man last year

Three Boston men have been indicted on first-degree murder charges and other offenses in the murder of a 20-year-old Cambridge man who was shot to death last year, Suffolk prosecutors announced Monday.



Juana Molina supporting 'Wed 21' on US tour

Molina has released two of the very very best records of the past decade in 2006's Son and 2008's Una Dia and they were records that insisted, if you let them in, that you'd develop an almost cult-ish obsession with her, dissatisfaction with near-enough everything else.


Nucleic Acids Research

Rational optimization of tolC as a powerful dual selectable marker for genome engineering

TolC, an outer membrane pore involved in transmembrane transport in E. coli , has been implemented as a selectable/counter-selectable marker, but counter-selection escape frequency using colicin E1 precludes using tolC for inefficient genetic manipulations and/or with large libraries.


Sun Apr 13, 2014

Actor Portrays Robert Frost on Wednesday

The Westborough Public Library announces "An Evening of Frost" with actor Stephen Collins on Wednesday, April 16 at 7 p.m. The event features a unique, interactive performance that includes a short biographical introduction to the poet's life, followed by a presentation and discussion of several of Frost's popular poems.


Sat Apr 12, 2014

Seven things you should know about Alan Fein

Alan Fein was already playing a key role in Kendall Square as executive vice president of the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, the renowned genomics research center, before taking over as president of the Kendall Square Association.


JOAN VENNOCHITo remain DA, Ryan must prove she can effectively lead

On the leadership count, the jury is still out on Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan - mostly due to the high-profile case involving Jared Remy, son of Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy.


ESchool News

Earn a Master's Degree in Middle School Education from a Leading Institution

In the middle school education program from Lesley University, you will learn practical classroom skills for working with diverse student populations; receive a thorough grounding in best practices for instruction and assessment; encounter the most current research and theory on adolescence and middle schools; think critically about the ... (more)


Fri Apr 11, 2014

The White Rhino Report

Review of 'Cambridge' - A Novel by Susanna Kaysen: A Poignant...

Susanna Kaysen is well know for her very personal memoir, "Girl Interrupted." In "Cambridge," she offers a kind of fictional prequel, following the girlhood of Susanna until about the time that the author herself would have lived the nightmare covered in "Girl Interrupted."


Medford to honor Krystle Campbell with memorial garden

The family of Medford native Krystle Campbell and city officials in her hometown today will unveil plans to build a memorial garden to honor Campbell and the others killed and wounded in last year's Boston Marathon bombings.



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