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Located in the greater Boston area, it was named in honor of the University of Cambridge in England, a nexus of the Puritan theology embraced by the town's founders. Notably, Cambridge is home to two internationally prominent universities, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. By 1920, Cambridge was one of the main industrial cities of New England, with nearly 120,000 residents.

Population: 105594
Local Newspapers: Boston Globe Boston Herald Cambridge Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL) Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NHL)
Local Colleges: Cambridge College Harvard University

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Exclusive - Lee Kuan Yew's grandson left Singapore because friends feared he would be detained

A grandson of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's late founding father and ruler for more than three decades, said he left the city state in July after friends expressed concerns he might be detained by the authorities in a contempt of court case. "In Singapore, it is possible that one can be detained and interrogated for some time without a lawyer," said Li Shengwu, whose uncle is the nation's current Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, in an interview with Reuters.

Breakers Fall at Home as Struggles Mount

The winless ways of the Boston Breakers continued on Wednesday after they fell 3-1 to the Houston Dash at Jordan Field in Cambridge, Mass. Even though Natasha Dowie's 26th minute strike put the match on level terms going to break after Sarah Hagen opened the scoring inside of 11 minutes, the Dash triumphed thanks to Janine Beck's 64th minute goal, which preceded another score from Hagen in the 79th minute.

10-year, $1B life sciences plan bears fruit in Massachusetts

In this Monday, Aug. 14, 2017 photo, researcher Leonard Zon, founder and director of the Stem Cell Program at Boston Children's Hospital, stands for a photograph among rows of containers holding about 300,00 zebrafish in a lab at the hospital, in Boston. Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick pushed through a $1 billion, 10-year life sciences initiative that helped pay for the stem cell program at the hospital.

A-level results: Newham Collegiate Sixth Form pupil set to study medicine with sister at Cambridge

Two Newham sisters will study medicine at Cambridge after the youngest got top marks in her A-levels at Newham Collegiate Sixth Form . Students celebrate success in their A-level results at Newham Collegiate Sixth Form in East Ham.

Recent Analysts' Ratings Changes for Akebia Therapeutics

They now have a $16.00 price target on the stock. According to Zacks, "Akebia Therapeutics Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company.

Solar panels made with toxic lead may soon be able to use "green" element BISMUTH instead

A recent study published in Advanced Materials revealed that the so-called "green" element bismuth may be incorporated to solar panels in the future without the risk of potentially detrimental effects on human, animal, and environmental health. In the previous years, silicon has been the preferred material in developing solar cells.

From Asimov to 'Dilbert,' 'robophobia' plagues humans

Robots are secretly plotting to kill us. Or enslave us. Or, at best, they will take our jobs, one by one.

MIT Technology Review Honors Two IBM Researchers on Annual Innovators Under 35 List

Abdigani Diriye and Fabian Menges have been recognized as honorees on the Innovators Under 35 list released today by . For over a decade, the global media company has recognized a list of exceptionally talented technologists whose work has great potential to transform the world.

Chinese universities increase visibility in list of global top 500

More Chinese mainland universities than ever before have been ranked among the world's top 500 universities in terms of research capabilities this year. The annual Academic Ranking of World Universities released on Tuesday includes 45 mainland universities, up from 18 in 2009, when not one made the top 200.

Police: Wareham man arrested for 5th OUI offense

A Wareham man was arrested Saturday afternoon on his fifth charge of operating under the influence of alcohol, police said. James Hawkins, 57, was arrested for operating under the influence - 5th offense - after he was seen driving a vehicle erratically, according to a news release from Police Chief Kevin D. Walsh.

Gene-editing scientists to share $500K Albany Med prize

Francisco J.M. Mojica, Ph.D., associate professor of Microbiology, Department of Physiology, Genetics and Microbiology, University of Alicante, Spain member, Multidisciplinary Institute for the Study of the Environment Ramon Margalef, Spain. less Francisco J.M. Mojica, Ph.D., associate professor of Microbiology, Department of Physiology, Genetics and Microbiology, University of Alicante, Spain member, Multidisciplinary Institute for the Study of the ... more Emmanuelle Charpentier, Ph.D., director, Department of Regulation in Infection Biology, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Germany honorary professor, Humboldt University, visiting professor, UmeA University, Sweden.

IT Hall Of Famer Vitagliano's Success Is A Testament To Lessons Learned From His Parents

Frank Vitagliano credits the lessons he learned from his parents growing up in a tight-knit Italian family in a blue-collar working-class neighborhood for leading to his rise from a teenager working in the IBM mailroom to a technology channel sales icon and the newest member of the IT Hall of Fame. "My parents are a big part of my success," said Vitagliano, recalling growing up in a six-family home that was filled entirely with 15 members of his extended family.

A global leader: Kinglsey Moghalu's inspirational life

ONE evening in Medford, Massachusetts in March 2017, I was seated at the back of an elegantly designed classroom at the renowned Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. The master's degree students were from various countries including the USA, Japan, India, Switzerland, Canada, Nigeria and the United Kingdom.

Harvarda s Chilling Crusade Against Greek Life

About 30 percent of Harvard's 6,500 undergraduates belong to one of six all-male final clubs, five all-female final clubs, and nine single-sex fraternities and sororities. The clubs have enjoyed resurgent popularity on the Cambridge, Massachusetts, campus in recent years.

Why the GOP failed to repeal and replace Obamacare

Cathey Park of Cambridge, Massachusetts wears a cast for her broken wrist with "I Love Obamacare" written upon it prior to U.S. President Barack Obama's arrival to speak about health insurance at Faneuil Hall in Boston October 30, 2013. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque On July 28 in the wee hours of the morning, the seven-year battle by Republicans to repeal and replace Obamacare ended with a whimper when three Republican senators defected to vote against a so-called skinny bill.

Akebia Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:AKBA) Rating Increased to Buy at Zacks Investment Research

The brokerage currently has a $16.00 target price on the biopharmaceutical company's stock. Zacks Investment Research 's price target indicates a potential upside of 9.36% from the stock's current price.

MIT students press for more on-campus housing

Some graduate students at Massachusetts Institute of Technology are pushing the university to build more on-campus housing, and using MIT's plans to build in the heart of red-hot Kendall Square as leverage. A group of grad students and Cambridge residents Monday filed a proposal with the city that would prevent MIT from developing the 14-acre site of the Volpe Transportation Center - which MIT is buying from the federal government for $750 million - until it adds up to 1,800 more dorm beds for graduate students.

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