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Facilitating flexible displays – think an iPad you can roll up

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A team led by researchers at Stanford and Harvard has developed a new organic semiconductor material that is among the speediest yet. The scientists also accelerated the development process by using a predictive approach that lopped many months off the typical timeline.

Student book collector challenges historical assumptions

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The Sanctuary Movement, a religious and political campaign that took hold of southern Arizona in the 1980s, united liberals and the religious middle class against restrictive immigration policies. It also became an award-winning book collecting project for 2011 graduate Emily Brodman.

Autumn Continuing Studies registration begins Monday

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This fall's Continuing Studies lineup includes "The Golden Age: Great Hollywood Actors and Their Signature Films," "The Past, Present and Future of Design," "How to Think Like a Psychologist" and "The Heart," a single-quarter follow-up to the hugely popular Mini Med School course.

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  • Parking permits expire Aug. 31: It is time to apply for your 2011-12 parking permit or enroll in the Commute Club for the next academic year. Online ordering as well as over-the-counter, in-person transactions are now available. There will be no grace period on expired permits.
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JAMES GIBBONS wins IEEE Founders Medal, and AROGYASWAMI PAULRAJ wins Alexander Graham Bell Medal . . .

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