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The genome is out of the bag: Now what?

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The sequence of your genome is the most personal of personal information. Yet it also is inextricably bound with that of your parents, siblings, children and more distant relatives. How much right do we have to expose what others may not want known? And are we prepared for what we might learn?

Zappos CEO shares "the Power of Wow" with GSB audience

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During a recent stop on his cross-country bus tour to promote his book Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose, Tony Hsieh, CEO of online retailer Zappos, talked to an audience at the Graduate School of Business about why he's so passionate about customer satisfaction.

Scholars weigh in on the impact of globalization

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In the latest installment of Thinking Twice, political science Professor Judith Goldstein and English and comparative literature Professor Ramón Saldívar were asked, "Do you think globalization unites or divides people from different nations?" Read their essays on the Human Experience website.

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  • Free BBQ lunch, prizes and more: Faculty and staff are invited to the SmartMart annual lab products show with Fisher Scientific, which takes place from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at the North/South Axis Road  (behind the Lorry I. Lokey Laboratory Building near Roth Way). More than 20 suppliers will be featured.
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