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Increased risk of ozone loss over the U.S., two new master's degree programs, a fresh start to fight poverty, and more in the July issue of Newswire: http://hvrd.me/VOP430dOGV2

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For his senior thesis project, Peyton Fine, S.B. ’17, developed a monitor that could help prevent sudden infant death syndrome, which claims the lives of one in 1,000 babies born each year. Fine’s monitor tracks an infant’s respiration in real-time, and uses thermal imaging to identify a change in the baby’s breathing pattern: http://hvrd.me/mxZx30dMBiz #Harvard17 #LifeatSEAS #PhotoFriday

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No battery, no wire, no problem! Researchers have created battery-free folding robots that are capable of complex, repeatable movements powered and controlled through a wireless magnetic field: http://hvrd.me/y42e30dLb2L

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This year at Harvard SEAS saw the rise of the octobot, the first beats of a 3D-printed heart on a chip, construction of the world's tiniest radio, and so much more. See highlights from another incredible year of innovative teaching, breakthrough research, inventive student projects, and global impact: http://hvrd.me/R1BV30dJegr

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This student startup aims to use social media, media reports, and Google trends data to more efficiently identify potential environmental hazards for authorities: http://hvrd.me/93jj30dHA45

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Information technologies of the future will likely use electron spin — rather than electron charge — to carry information. But first, scientists need to better understand how to control spin: http://hvrd.me/cg8C30dC1NT

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Soft and stretchy fabric-based sensors could improve the accuracy of virtual reality headsets, heart rate monitors, and other wearable technologies: http://hvrd.me/wXEZ30dzGMS

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For Native American high school students enrolled in a Harvard summer program, food science and 3D printing labs showcase the prevalence and power of STEM in a hands-on way: http://hvrd.me/lt7H30dycgl

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Environmental science and engineering Ph.D. candidate Yanina Barrera, an Argentinian-born, first-generation college student, seeks to pay-it-forward through air pollution research: http://hvrd.me/x3eg30dx3tb
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