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Could Police Soon Be Able To Check Drivers' Cellphone Use?
In the real world, a lot will turn on how dangerous the court considers texting while driving, and how limited the textalyzer technology is.
Breathalyzers, Textalyzers and the Constitution  Bloomberg View
Does job-hopping hurt or help your pocket?
Whereas the Robert Walters survey showed that salary increases can average 10-20 per cent when workers change jobs, the latest ECA International Salary Trends survey forecast that salaries for staff who stay at their company here will only increase 4 ...
Illustration: MIT News Office. Photos courtesy of the Paul and Daisy Soros ...
The 30 awardees include three Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology (HST) students and two additional MIT alumni, selected for their potential to make significant contributions to U.S.
Bernie Sanders's Revolution Has Already Been Won
Unless something drastically changes, the future of the United States lays in the hands of those who favor democratic socialism over limited government. By Andrew Miiller · Print .... He's moving a generation to the left,” Harvard University researcher ...
Many US families considering pregnancy don't know Zika facts
Boston, MA - Many people in U.S. households where someone is pregnant or considering getting pregnant in the next 12 months are not aware of key facts about Zika virus, according to a new poll by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers.
Deploying mosquitoes against Zika  Harvard Gazette
Brian Gaynor: Share buybacks can do more harm than good
An analysis by William Lazonick in the Harvard Business Review revealed that the companies in the S&P 500 Index for the 2003 to 2012 period used 54 per cent of their earnings to buy back their own shares, 37 per cent were distributed as dividends and ...
Jewish Harvard Law Students Support 'Smelly' Commenter, Husam El-Qoulaq
On Thursday, April 14, at an event at Harvard Law School, third year student Husam El-Qoulaq asked Tzipi Livni, a former Israeli minister and member of the Knesset why she is “so smelly.
Researchers optimistic about malaria vaccine progress
April 12, 2016 - While the world is as close as it has ever been to having a malaria vaccine, the fight to eradicate the disease is far from over.
Cyrano lets you smell what's on your iPhone
It is now available in limited quantities on preorder. What exactly is a digital scent speaker? ... The product is the brainchild of Harvard professor and Vapor founder David Edwards, who says the olfactory nerve is the only sensory nerve with direct ...
The First Neoliberals
I was at the time a junior faculty member at Harvard, and I installed a former student, Michael Kinsley, as its editor. We put out a magazine that was intellectually daring, I like to think, and politically controversial.