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Strategies that use microbes to clean up polluted sites are becoming more refined as scientists merge advances in gene sequencing methods, culture techniques and computer modeling, says microbiology professor Derek Lovley.

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Beginning this week the totally renovated Newman Center Cafe, bristling with state-of-the-art kitchen equipment, is open for business.

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Through a $995,000 federal education grant to the Hampshire Educational Collaborative, the campus will be a partner in a three-year collaborative effort to enhance the knowledge of local teachers of American history and improve their teaching techniques.

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Students who participated in the Skip-a-Meal campaign on Sept. 29 contributed $5,496 for Oxfam America''s hurricane relief efforts.

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A delegation of public officials, residents and students from Hokkaido, Japan visiting Massachusetts to mark the 15th anniversary of a sister-state relationship will pay a call to campus Oct. 15 to renew ties that extend back to 1876.

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South African leader Ahmed Kathrada, will reflect on changes in his homeland since the fall of apartheid on Monday, Oct. 17 at 3:30 p.m. in Memorial Hall.

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U.S. Rep. John Olver (D-Mass.) visited campus Oct. 11 for a series of briefings about federally funded research projects.

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For the second consecutive year, the Isenberg School of Management’s MBA program has received two top-10 national rankings in the Princeton Review’s annual Best Business Schools, which ranks MBA programs in 11 strategic categories.

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The world’s largest private-sector securities regulator, the National Association of Securities Dealers, has teamed with campus researchers to bring cutting-edge computer science to the world of securities fraud.

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Gov. W. Mitt Romney’s veto of $42.2 million in back pay for about 13,000 public higher education employees was overwhelming rejected by the Legislature this week.

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