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Harvard offers free tuition for low-income students

For some reason, I only just found out that Harvard University offers free tuition for prospective students in households that make less than $60,000 a year. My excitement is several years late, but I feel the need to share my ideas about it anyway, because this is an incredibly important issue to me.

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A very tiny printing press: Writing books into DNA

There may be 70 billion copies of George Church and Ed Regis’ Regenesis: How Synthetic Biology Will Reinvent Nature in existence, but don’t look for it on any best-sellers list and don’t expect to pick up a copy from Barnes & Noble. On the other hand, carrying all 70 billion copies is easy because you can slip them into your pocket and still have room for your wallet and keys. Continue reading A very tiny printing press: Writing books into DNA