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Northeastern researchers make breakthrough discovery in cancer treatment

Michail Sitkovsky, an immunophysiology expert at Northeastern, and his research colleagues have found that supplemental oxygenation could dramatically increase the survival rate of patients with cancer.
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‘Explore new know-how’

Swatch watch co-inventor and innovation advocate Elmar Mock sat down with Provost Stephen W. Director at Tuesday’s Profiles in Innovation event to discuss Mock’s passion for creativity, risk-taking, and disruptive inventions.
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Take 5: What to watch for in the Tsarnaev trial

Law professor Daniel Medwed, a nationally renowned criminal law expert, is particularly interested in how the prosecutors will structure their presentation against the accused Boston Marathon bomber, whose trial begins Wednesday.
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FBI to be sued in bombing-related death

By Mary Whitfill, editor-in-chief Separate from the current Dzhokhar Tsarnev trial underway in Boston, a Florida group says it plans to sue the FBI for $30 million in thedeath of Ibragim Todashev, a friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnev. Todashev was killed in his Orlando apartment in May of 2013 by FBI agent Aaron McFarlane during a police interview. During the interview, Todashev, an mixed martial arts fighter, allegedly attacked the agent with a pipe and threw a table at him after implicating himself and Tamerlan Tsarnev in a 2011 Waltham triple homicide. The Council on American-Islamic Relations Florida, a civil rights group, filed a notice on Monday and, in a statement on the same day, Todashev’s parents ...
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Chinatown celebrates Lunar New Year

While the Year of the Goat officially began on Feb. 19, Chinatown in Boston celebrated on Sunday, March 1 with the annual Chinese New Year Parade. Photos by Joe Thomas
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FCC votes to protect net neutrality

A 3-2 vote taken by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Feb. 26 approves measures to protect net neutrality, or the right to a Internet that treats all legal information equally no matter who created it or who is trying to see it
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