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Bostonians mourn death of Apple founder

The four-story Apple Store at 815 Boylston St. in Boston was lacking its usual hectic buzz […]

BU team aims to ‘heal the world’ with stem cell research project

Boston University School of Medicine assistant professor George Murphy said that he and his crack team […]

Students should be wary of social media when applying for jobs, panelists say

Students should be wary of social media when applying for jobs, panelists say

While Facebook and other social networking sites attempt to merge users’ public, private and digital lives, […]

Students flock to free night at Museum of Science

Students flock to free night at Museum of Science

Berklee College of Music freshman Kirsten Piedalue watched as lightning struck with each keystroke of the […]

Party planning made easier with new app

The search for finding popular, local venues has become easier thanks to a new web application […]

BU cancer researcher fabricated data

Sheng Wang, a former assistant professor and cancer researcher at the Boston University School of Medicine’s […]

With help of BU, Free Press launches new site

The Daily Free Press launched its new website on Monday after about a year and a half of planning, members of The Free Press Board of Trustees said.

Harvard researchers retract stem cell rejuvenation article

Within the last decade, stem cell biology has not only become a preeminent field for research in the scientific community, but also a hot topic in popular culture. Scientists are studying it, politicians are debating over it, and the public is watching every move made in the field.

BU doctoral programs on the rise

Boston University’s science doctorate programs have improved steadily over the past 15 years, according to a recent study performed by the National Research Council.

Digital Algorithms: Pure Genius

Computers have infiltrated almost every aspect of modern life. Not only do they serve as powerful tools for computation and social networking, but now allegedly contain insight into a very human characteristic: musical taste.

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