Tag: Harvard University

What's So Special About the Ivy League?

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Freelance Writer

What exactly is the "Ivy League" all about, and what makes these schools so special? read more

Synthetic Biology Unleashes Possibilities of Printing Blood Vessels and Bones

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Data Entry Specialist, Carnegie Communications

Synthetic biology is a relatively new area of biological research, combining science and engineering, that focuses on the design and construction of new biological functions and systems not found in nature. Recently, we have seen breakthroughs in this field that will have a massive impact on health care and medicine. If you are as excited about these developments as I am, you must be wondering how you can jump into this field! read more

What Can You Do With a Political Science Degree?

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Freelance Writer

Maybe you're thinking of majoring in political science. But doesn't that mean you have to go to law school or run for office someday? Absolutely not. read more