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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

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Gecko inspiration

Inspired by gecko ears, researchers have found a way to record the incoming angle of light, with applications to robotic vision and photography. 

science & technology

New gene-editing technique

Knowing that spatial organization in a nucleus of a cell governs cell function, researchers explore how moving genetic material around could impact health.

CRISP-GO image by iStock/Maltiase


What our emails reveal

GSB's Amir Goldberg analyzed years of internal company emails and found the language we use determines whether we'll move up—or out.

The Dish

Among those recently inducted into the MULTICULTURAL ALUMNI HALL OF FAME were the students who, in 1968, took over the mic during a convocation held in the wake of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination to demand change.

Humans, Circa CBD Justice, Compassion, and Self-Care


  • Flu vaccinations: Have you gotten your free flu vaccination yet? Check out the vaccination eligibility and the dates of upcoming flu vaccination clinics.

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