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Harvard Researchers Print Worlds First Heart-on-a-Chip

Harvard Researchers Print Worlds First Heart-on-a-Chip

MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has teamed up with Harvard's Wyss Institute to create a super strong, affordable artificial..

MIT and Harvard create cheap artificial

MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has teamed up with Harvard's Wyss Institute to create a super strong, affordable artificial..

Global Cybersecurity Day To Honor Estonia's Past President On December 12, Harvard

Global Cybersecurity Day To Honor Estonia's Past President On December 12, Harvard

Forget fillings, scientists just discovered how to regrow full teeth using lasers

Forget fillings, scientists just discovered how to regrow full teeth using lasers

From Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science: Forget fillings, scientists just discovered how to regrow full teeth using lasers

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Boston Tech News: Harvard Business Review Startups to Watch

Copenhagen Wheel Bridges "Human-Enhancing Technology" - CleanTechnica - Through the Eyes of Geek

Microsoft and My Foot In The Door Announces Survey Results of College Graduates in India Seeking Employment

Cigniti Technologies, world’s third largest independent software testing services company, has entered into a strategic partnership with Tricentis, global leader in continuous testing software solutions that accelerate business innovation.

Harvard Innovation Lab startup Getaway builds collections of tiny houses on wooded plots of land just outside the city where you can go to recharge in nature. Their rentable tiny houses can be… Sou…

Harvard Innovation Lab startup Getaway builds collections of tiny houses on wooded plots of land just outside the city where you can go to recharge in nature. Their rentable tiny houses can be… Sou…

ICYMI: Cellphone motor as mic and fuel from sunlight   Today on In Case You Missed It: Researchers created a hack that lets a smartphone's vibration motor act as a microphone picking up conversations unbeknownst to the user. Harvard University folk created fuel using artificial photosynthesis that is... via Engadget Gadget News Tech News

A cross-disciplinary team at Harvard has created a system that uses solar energy to split water molecules and hydrogen-eating bacteria to produce liquid fuels.

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