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Eyes on the sky

A new telescope will scan the universe for signs of life on other planets (Boston Globe)

Paving the way

CS Graduate student Rebecca Nesson has been awarded one of the 19 $10,000 2006 Anita Borg Scholarships sponsored by Google

Shared knowledge

India's Newindpress and The Hindu both reported on a talk given by Dean Venky about ways to transform Indian engineering colleges to meet international standards

Changed world

Changing Our World: True Stories of Women Engineers, published by the American Society of Civil Engineers, features two DEAS pioneers

Model behavior

Undergraduates win the 2006 Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP) Mathematical Modeling Competition

Inspired engineering

Artist Jonathon Nix created the "Mahadevan Series", a group of paintings inspired by Professor L. Mahadevan's elegant research on the science of everyday life

Muscle man

Bioengineer David Mooney and his team have developed a new method of cell transplantation (Harvard Gazette)

Light train

Donhee Ham group's demonstration of a robust self-sustained electrical soliton oscillator is discussed in the March 2nd edition of Nature Magazine News and Views section

Clicks in class

Eric Mazur has helped Harvard launch its first wireless classroom. Aided by clickers that allow students to raise a virtual hand to answer questions (Harvard Gazette)