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Andrew Swayze—The Tech
Professor Daniel G. Anderson, of the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, discussed the recent US District Court ruling on human stem cell research with The Tech in his lab yesterday. Anderson and other researchers have found the future of funding uncertain because of Monday’s injunction restricting the use of federal funds for human stem cell research.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
Jordan Lloyd Norman Allison, a graduate student in the School of Architecture and Planning, walks through the gate near the railroad tracks. The path links the west and the northwest sections of campus.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
A car sloshes through the underpass at the intersection of Buildings 7 and 3, where the flooding on Thursday evening was worst. Gushing out of a burst pipe underground, the water was nearly 1.5 feet deep.
Andrew Swayze—The Tech
Professor Daniel G. Anderson, of the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, discussed the recent US District Court ruling on human stem cell research with The Tech in his lab yesterday. Anderson and other researchers have found the future of funding uncertain because of Monday’s injunction restricting the use of federal funds for human stem cell research.
Richard Avedon
Go, Suzy, go: Avedon liked to capture women in motion. In this scene from Paris in the summer of 1956, his muse Suzy Parker roller-skates in a Dior dress.
Sony Pictures
Not enlightening: At times, Eat Pray Love seems more like a travelogue of exotic places than a chronicle of Liz’s spiritual journey post-divorce.
Paolo Aguilar—EPA
Former MIT student Lori Berenson has been denied parole by a Peruvian Court. She had been imprisoned in the 1990s to a 20 year term for collaborating with a Marxist revolutionary group.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
A student turns back after trying to cross between Buildings 7 and 3 yesterday. Flooding water later flowed into the elevator of Building 10. The water also trapped cars.
Andrew Swayze—The Tech
Professor Daniel G. Anderson, of the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, discussed the recent US District Court ruling on human stem cell research with The Tech in his lab yesterday. Anderson and other researchers have found the future of funding uncertain because of Monday’s injunction restricting the use of federal funds for human stem cell research.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
Gushing water from a burst pipe flooded the parking lot between buildings 3, 5, and 7.
Elijah Mena—The Tech
Paul D. Niksch, a graduate student in Health Sciences and Technology, walks under the security cameras in W31. The cameras are positioned at the intersection of the locker rooms and the hobby shop.
Andrew Swayze—The Tech
Professor Daniel G. Anderson, of the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, discussed the recent US District Court ruling on human stem cell research with The Tech in his lab yesterday. Anderson and other researchers have found the future of funding uncertain because of Monday’s injunction restricting the use of federal funds for human stem cell research.
Andrew Swayze—The Tech
Postdoctoral researcher Jill M. Dowen pipettes in the Whitehead Institute lab of Professor Richard A. Young. Young’s lab works with human embryonic stem cells, mapping the regulatory circuitry that controls development in humans. The lab receives substantial funding from the National Institutes of Health.
Eric D. schmiedl—The Tech
On Wednesday, “Doctor Who”-loving hackers installed an illuminated police box on the roof of Building 7 along (overlooking Mass Ave) with a banner reading “The Doctor: 1 / Harvard: 0.” On the British sci-fi show, the blue box is actually a disguised time machine, the TARDIS.