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At Harvard, reengineering science

New focus, majors draw in students

Lisa Rotenstein, a junior, performed research this week. Since 2006, Harvard has unveiled seven new science majors. Lisa Rotenstein, a junior, performed research this week. Since 2006, Harvard has unveiled seven new science majors. (Bill Greene/ Globe Staff)
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / March 13, 2010

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CAMBRIDGE — Harvard University, the liberal arts bastion that tried several times in the early 20th century to unload its engineering program on MIT, is in the midst of a scientific renaissance. (Full article: 1205 words)

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