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    1. New Cyber Security Center launches to help halt hackers

      New Cyber Security Center launches to help halt hackers
      Touted as a first of its kind collaborative effort that brings together stakeholders in cyber security from the government, industry and academia, the ACSC is also hosted at the five universities that make up the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center – MIT, Harvard University, Boston University, Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts.
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    2. Western Massachusetts legislators move to save drug lab in Amherst

      Western Massachusetts legislators move to save drug lab in Amherst
      In the letter, the Western Massachusetts legislators said the planned shutdown would shift testing of illegal drugs in Western Massachusetts to a already backed up state lab in the Jamaica Plain section of Boston. They said it would be more costly and time consuming for police in Western Massachusetts to transport drugs to Boston.
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    3. Profiles in Business

      Profiles in Business
      Vince Maniaci was talking about the profile of the typical American International College student. Before doing so, the school’s president made a point of qualifying things by noting that there is a great deal of diversity on his campus, and that individuals with varied backyards wind up there. That said, though, he admitted that many have certain things in common.
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    4. Western New England University opens pharmacy college, only one in Western Massachusetts

      Western New England University opens pharmacy college, only one in Western Massachusetts
      The program is housed in part of Western New England’s $40 million Center for the Sciences and Pharmacy building, which opened in December. It’s one of just 125 schools of pharmacy in the country and one of four programs in the state, along with Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Boston, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Worcester and Northeastern University – Bouve College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. The University of Connecticut also has a program in Hartford. The Albany College of Pharmacy is the nearest program to our west.
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    5. Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke and Smith colleges receive $1 million National Science Foundation grant for biomathematics

      Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke and Smith colleges receive $1 million National Science Foundation grant for biomathematics
      Smith, Amherst, Mount Holyoke and Hampshire colleges will form a Four College Biomathematics Consortium to support joint investigations into life research questions, exploring fields such as genome sequences that offer clues to fundamental questions about life on earth.
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    6. New North Citizens' Council, Baystate Health to distribute free backbacks to North End school kids

      New North Citizens' Council, Baystate Health to distribute free backbacks to North End school kids
      The New North Citizens' Council Inc., together with Baystate Health, was expected to distribute free backpacks and school supplies to North End school children at a community picnic scheduled from 11 a.m. until noon Saturday at Jaime Ulloa Park on Morgan Street. But inclement weather could force the "Safe Start to School Picnic" to be held indoors at the Health and Prevention Center, 2594 Main St., according to event organizers.
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    7. Smith Vocational among 13 sites for Solar Learning Laboratories

      Smith Vocational among 13 sites for Solar Learning Laboratories
      Smith Voke was chosen as one of 13 middle and high schools in western Massachusetts that will be sites for Solar Learning Laboratories. Funded by a $1 million Small Business Innovation Research grant, the labs will consist of eight solar panels mounted on racks and poles that are installed near classrooms as teaching tools.
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    8. UMass' growing cost of debt making it difficult to invest in faculty, projects, new president Robert Caret says

      UMass' growing cost of debt making it difficult to invest in faculty, projects, new president Robert Caret says
      The growing cost of covering debt is crowding out the ability of the University of Massachusetts’ five campuses to invest in faculty, staff and other projects and is driving up tuition and fees for students, UMass president Robert Caret said Wednesday.
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