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Harvard's Allston campus

March 13, 2006

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IT'S GOOD NEWS for the economic prospects of Boston that Harvard, despite its troubles, is continuing to expand into Allston. Just before Lawrence Summers announced his decision to resign as president, the university unveiled plans to relocate its Stem Cell Institute. But a better test of Harvard's ability to create a vibrant space comes with its attempt to move the ... (Full article: 319 words)

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