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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Harvard launches new website

Harvard Wednesday launched a new website – HarvardScience – to feature the scientific, medical, and engineering work done at the university’s schools and related hospitals.

The site has a snappy design, and includes profiles, breaking news and stories about topics from agriculture to zoology. Today’s headlines include Harvard chemists’ construction of nanowires that can carry and create electricity, as well as a study led by Massachusetts General Hospital researchers finding that the drug companies have increasingly cozy relationships with medical schools and teaching hospitals.

Posted by Karen Weintraub at 04:34 PM
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