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S.C. (AP) An 86-year-old man suspected of killing two women found in a Westminster home has been found dead at a state mental facility in Columbia. Oconee County Sheriff's Office spokesman Jimmy Watt on Wednesday confirmed Nicholas Bonelli 's death
X, pioneer of online courses founded by Harvard and MIT, doubles in size / Globe Staff / May 21, 2013 A year after Harvard University and MIT launched edX, a not-for-profit initiative that offers online classes at no charge, the group announced
The plan to shut down a nuclear fusion experiment at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in a year and news that half the project's employees have received layoff notices has prompted objections from the state's two senators...Cowan wrote a
Invalid email address Add a personal message: Your e-mail: Invalid email address Sending your article Your article has been sent. There has been another cycling casualty on the streets of Boston. Yesterday afternoon, an MIT visiting scientist was
Those initiatives were the subject of the third annual automotive technology symposium held May 9 at MIT's Sloan School of Management. Craig Fitzgerald, editorial director at Boston branded newsletter publisher IMN. In the introduction to the 1970's
The nanoparticles were designed to sense glucose levels in the body and respond by secreting the appropriate amount of insulin, thereby replacing the function of pancreatic islet cells, which are destroyed in patients with Type 1 diabetes. Ultimately,
Brewpub to honor slain MIT officer with Collier Stout' / Globe Correspondent / May 16, 2013 Sean Collier had many loves in life, from hiking to police work, the Patriots to country music...That is why, nearly a month after the MIT police officer's
A federal judge has ruled that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology can black out the names of university officials and other information when releasing documents related to the investigation into free-information activist Aaron Swartz...
The FBI says 47 law enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty as the result of criminal acts last year, 25 fewer than in 2011. According to the preliminary data, the offenders who committed the killings used firearms in 43 of the 47 deaths.
Extremists' preaching to UK student societies Universities have to accommodate a wide range of political views An anti-extremist group claims preachers it describes as radical Islamists have spoken at 180 events at 60 universities in the past year.