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The way we do our work matters, says Anne Firth Murray

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While the power of activism is crucial to "make injustice visible," for Clayman Institute faculty research fellow Anne Firth Murray, it's the small steps and personal actions that will bring about social changes. Firth Murray has spent most of her career trying to bring about social change.

Researchers find antibodies help repair nerve injuries

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Researchers in neurobiologist Ben Barres' lab have found that antibodies—warrior proteins that defend the body against invading pathogens—have a gentler side nobody knew about until now: They function not only as soldiers, but also as nurses.

Forty-three students honored during award ceremony

Forty-three students were honored at a recent ceremony hosted by Julie Lythcott-Haims, associate vice provost for undergraduate education and dean of freshmen and undergraduate advising. The 43 received Golden, Firestone and Kennedy prizes during Commencement weekend.

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