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In crafting its first Arts Challenge, the Cambridge Arts Council has its own challenge: getting tech workers to shut off their computers in favor of attending theater, dance, concerts, art exhibits or comedy.
School health officials estimate that 98 percent of students are immunized in Cambridge, but that statistic is not the whole story.
On the verge of leaving on a 12th annual international tour, Marc Abrahams and his Ig Nobel Prize have arrived on iTunes with a weekly “Improbable Research” podcast.
The “Polar Express” 4-D Experience; Jamie Mclaughlin’s “Sordid Tales” official EP release; “Fool Descending a Staircase”; Humor for Humanity with Jimmy Tingle; and an afternoon of Scrabble.
Two committees of the City Council are inviting the community to hear the results of months of research, goal-setting and determination of best practices on STEAM issues.
World AIDS Day has long been an annual tradition for Cambridge Community Television, with the station preempting regular programming on Channel 8 each Dec. 1 for a victims’ scroll and special shows.
Why is this combination minimart and purveyor of cheeseburgers, fries and frozen dairy treats aspiring to cure cancer?
Projects called BioGlass and SenseGlass can offer stress management tips in real time – and might aid in fitness, memory and as tools to help people relate to others.
Recipients included Gary Ruvkun of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital and Jacob Lurie of Harvard University.
The 2014 L’Oréal USA For Women in Science Fellowship recognizes five U.S.-based female researchers for outstanding contributions in science, technology, engineering and math fields.