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The two “Harvard problems”

In many fields, there’s a big name. The exclusive slot. The top ranking or badge. This is being a top 10 podcast, or on a certain bestseller list or working at a specific sort of company… The first Harvard problem is erroneously
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Poor Communicators

Is miscommunication a constant problem at your workplace? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of Holly Weeks, a lecturer at Harvard University. They talk through what to do when your coworker won’t stop talking, your boss
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This chain-smoking robot is taking one for the team.

Researchers at the WYSS Institute at Harvard University developed a robot whose only task is smoking cigarettes. The smoke then goes through a tiny chip, lined with living human cells, that is used to study the effects of smoking on our lungs.
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Scientists fear Scott Pruitt's new EPA rule will hurt health-related regulations

In regulating air and water pollution in the U.S., the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) leans on scientific studies to guide the writing of regulations. The agency is still relying on landmark studies, such as one conducted by Harvard
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How a deaf, blind Harvard graduate is influencing Apple

Texting a friend when you're in the same room isn't that unusual. But interviewing someone over text when you're staring them in the eyes doesn't feel right.  For Haben Girma, communicating with keyboards is simply a necessity. Girma, 29, is
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Harvard’s President on Leading During a Time of Change

Drew Gilpin Faust, the president of Harvard University, talks about leading the institution through a decade of change, from the financial crisis to the Trump era. Faust discusses how communicating as a leader is different from communicating as an
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Snakelike artificial skin allows this robot to slither around on its own

These crawling robots were designed by Ahmad Rafsanjani and his team of researchers at Harvard University. The inspiration behind the robot's design comes from 'Kirigami,' the Japanese art of paper cutting. Read more...More about Robots, Mashable
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Harvard Loses Almost $2 Billion in Endowment Value

From: www.thecrimson.com Via: twitter.com Good news. Just heard from Harvard. They found the missing $2 bill in a sock drawer. https://t.co/

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