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Biologist Titia de Lange studies the causes of cancer

Professor Titia de Lange received the 47th Lewis S. Rosenstiel Award for her research on telomeres and chromosomal degradation, a process that can lead to cancer, and delivered a lecture on her work on April… Read More...

Brandeis commemorates John Lisman with neuroscience lecture

Students, faculty and researchers gathered in Gerstenzang Science Library for the­­ John Lisman ’66 Memorial Lecture delivered by Dr. David Fitzpatrick, the CEO and scientific director of the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience April… Read More...

The 90th Oscars ceremony was above-average

There is no doubt the Oscars are the most influential award show in the movie industry, probably even the whole entertainment industry. At the 90th Annual Academy Awards ceremony, held at the Dolby Theatre on… Read More...

EBS ‘Beats Per Minute,’ a magnificent blossom of an HIV positive man

“Beats Per Minute” (BPM) depicts a story of a group of young HIV positive patients working in ACT UP, an international advocacy group striving to support the lives of people with AIDS. It is an… Read More...

The Post: an astonishing cliché

One day I was wandering in the lobby of a cinema in Cambridge, trying to pick a movie. “The Shape of Water” was sold out and even though I was deeply impressed by the performance… Read More...
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