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With bitterly cold weather still gripping much of the U.S., many people are trying to spend as little time outdoors as possible.
A coalition of researchers, funders and businesses aims to facilitate the exchange of genomic data.
The MIT startup Ambri Inc. won a $250,000 grant Wednesday from New York state to develop and test a prototype battery with Con Edison Inc. The company, backed by investors including billionaires Bill Gates and Vinod Khosla, shown above at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013 conference in San Francisco, plans to install its first two prototypes by early ... (more)
Last fall, we featured The Koch Institute Image Award galleries in several Cell Picture Shows.
Universities from just two countries - the US and the UK - comprise the top 10 of the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings 2014.
Protesters gather in front of the Charles Hotel Wednesday, March 5, to call on the U.S. to take a more aggressive stance against the Russian presence in the Crimean region.
President Obama touched down in Boston this afternoon with Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick was along for the ride.
Kudos to the editors of Saving Cambridge: Historic Preservation in America's Innovation City for understanding that persuasion not preaching will earn support for their mission.
Boston may not be the biggest city by size, but it boasts a burgeoning cultural scene against a rich historical backdrop.
Obama is set to attend a round-table discussion fundraiser Wednesday for the Democratic National Committee with about 25 supporters in Cambridge.
WSJ reporter Gary Fields discusses his series about the shortage of treatment for the mentally ill and its impact on families, communities and the criminal justice system.
In this June 30, 2009 file photo, Harvard University President Drew Faust speaks during an interview with The Associated Press on the Harvard campus in Cambridge, Mass.
One way of looking at a new Stonyfield product is as an organic yogurt snowball served up in an edible cup.
Western governments are spluttering with indignation following Russia's invasion of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula - but in an economically interconnected world, spluttering may be their only response.