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Slashdot Items Tagged "eduharvard"

Date / TimeStory
Monday June 30, 2014 @01:11AM The Internet's Own Boy
Thursday June 05, 2014 @03:45PM High Frequency Trading and Finance's Race To Irrelevance
Monday May 12, 2014 @10:36AM Harvard Study Links Neonicotinoid Pesticide To Colony Collapse Disorder
Saturday March 08, 2014 @06:58PM $2,400 'Introduction To Linux' Course Will Be Free and Online This Summer
Tuesday March 04, 2014 @09:51AM Merlin's Magic: The Inside Story of the First Mobile Game
Tuesday December 17, 2013 @01:35PM Programming Molecules To Let Chemicals Make Decisions
Thursday August 08, 2013 @07:34AM New Technique Creates 3D Images Through a Single Lens
Tuesday June 25, 2013 @10:44AM Harvard, IBM Crunch Data For More Efficient Solar Cells
Friday June 07, 2013 @01:24PM Private Networks For Public Safety
Thursday April 25, 2013 @10:10AM Harvard To Close New England Primate Research Center
Tuesday April 23, 2013 @08:57AM Harvard/MIT Student Creates GPU Database, Hacker-Style
Sunday April 21, 2013 @08:59AM Terrible Advice From a Great Scientist
Sunday March 10, 2013 @03:36PM Harvard Secretly Searched Deans' Email
Friday March 08, 2013 @10:13PM Singaporean University Snubs Lauded (But Anti-Censorship) Professor
Tuesday February 05, 2013 @10:05AM Racism In Online Ad Targeting
Tuesday January 22, 2013 @09:27AM Scientist Seeks 'Adventurous Human Woman' For Neanderthal Baby
Thursday January 03, 2013 @05:58PM Best Tech Colleges Are Harder Than Ever To Get In
Tuesday November 20, 2012 @11:37AM Harvard Develops Drug-Filled, Injectable Sponge That Expands Inside the Body
Friday September 21, 2012 @06:11PM Ig Nobels Feature Exploding Colonoscopies, Left Leaning Views of Eiffel Tower
Sunday August 26, 2012 @07:45PM New Flat Lens Focuses Without Distortion
Thursday August 23, 2012 @05:54PM Greatfire Keeps Tabs On Chinese Censorship, Automatically
Tuesday August 21, 2012 @08:18AM Near-universal Mexican Healthcare Coverage Results From Science-informed Changes
Thursday August 16, 2012 @03:23PM Scientists Store Entire Textbook In DNA
Sunday July 22, 2012 @04:13PM Artificial Jellyfish Built From Silicone and Rat Cells
Saturday July 21, 2012 @06:50PM Harvard Study Suggests Drone Strikes Can Disrupt Terror Groups
Friday February 24, 2012 @06:46PM 'Culturomics' Spreads From Google Books To Scientific Preprints
Friday February 17, 2012 @09:14PM New Technique For Mass-Producing Microbots Inspired By Origami
Friday February 03, 2012 @01:10PM Alzheimer's Transmission Pathway Discovered
Tuesday January 17, 2012 @11:09AM Multiple Sclerosis Damage Washed Away By Stream of Young Blood
Wednesday January 04, 2012 @02:25PM First Four Exoplanets of 2012 Discovered
Tuesday January 03, 2012 @01:53PM When Getting Rid of College Lectures Makes Sense
Tuesday December 06, 2011 @10:09AM Digital Face-Swapping Getting Cheaper
Sunday December 04, 2011 @10:51AM Have Walled Gardens Killed the Personal Computer?
Friday December 02, 2011 @08:22AM New 'Rubber Robot' Crawls Through Small Spaces With Inflatable Limbs
Monday November 14, 2011 @03:09AM Scientists Develop Super-Slippery Material
Monday November 15, 2010 @02:57PM Harvard Warns About Giant Robber
Thursday October 28, 2010 @12:43AM Researchers Find a 'Liberal Gene'
Wednesday October 20, 2010 @10:52AM Black Silicon Used For Surveillance?
Wednesday October 13, 2010 @11:27PM Study Shows Brain Responds More To Close Friends
Tuesday October 12, 2010 @01:19PM Technological Genius Is Timeliness, Not Inspiration
Sunday October 03, 2010 @06:43PM US Lab Models Galaxy Cluster Merger
Monday September 13, 2010 @12:01AM Is DIY Algae Farming the Future?
Thursday September 02, 2010 @10:23PM Harvard Ditching Final Exams?
Friday August 06, 2010 @12:12PM Senate Confirms Elena Kagan's Appointment To SCOTUS
Sunday July 18, 2010 @07:25AM Rat Lung Successfully Regenerated and Transplanted
Thursday July 15, 2010 @01:06PM Twitter Says Americans Are Happier In the Morning
Thursday May 20, 2010 @02:21PM Facebook CEO Accused of Securities Fraud
Saturday May 15, 2010 @11:49AM Chemical Cocktail Can Keep a Heart Viable 10 Days, Outside the Body
Monday April 12, 2010 @12:46PM Should Kids Be Bribed To Do Well In School?
Tuesday April 06, 2010 @03:06AM Benkler on Net Neutrality, Competition, and the Fu
Saturday March 06, 2010 @12:41AM "Tube Map" Created For the Milky Way

You can bring any calculator you like to the midterm, as long as it doesn't dim the lights when you turn it on. -- Hepler, Systems Design 182

 



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