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Eye On Education: Students Learn Lessons At Google Via Citizen Schools Program

BOSTON (CBS) — Robots made of Legos, the math behind magic, and other classes are being offered to local middle schoolers learning from technology powerhouse Google at their Cambridge headquarters. 315 more words

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Fluctuating Temperatures Likely Mean No Mass. Peach Crop In 2016

BOSTON (CBS) – Trees sit barren in the fields of a North Andover farm as fluctuating winter and spring temperatures likely means there will be no peaches for much of New England this year. 306 more words

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Revolutionary Off-Road Wheelchair Opens Up New World Of Exploration

BOSTON (CBS) — A wheelchair designed at MIT is being heralded as the “mountain bike of wheelchairs.”

It’s called the Freedom Chair and is the creation of a group of former MIT students, made right here in Massachusetts. 338 more words

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Family Of Marathon Bombing Survivor Gives Back To Brigham & Women's

BOSTON (CBS) – Gillian Reny’s legs were critically injured when the first bomb went off at the Boston Marathon in 2013.

In gratitude for the care Gillian received at Brigham and Women’s Hospital which saved her life and her legs, her family established… 109 more words

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Eye On Education: Mass. Schools Participating In Billion Mile Race

BOSTON (CBS) — Efforts to turn back the obesity epidemic in the United States have started focusing on schools where children often sit for six hours a day. 341 more words

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Billboard Appearing To Deny Armenian Genocide Taken Down Following Uproar

BOSTON (CBS) — A controversial billboard in Boston, up for a day and then removed, and some are calling it a form of hate speech. 357 more words

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Unspoken Words: Art Helps Young Girl With Autism Communicate

BOSTON (CBS) – This Autism Awareness Month, a new exhibit called “Unspoken Words” is open at the 42 Maple Gallery in Bethlehem, NH. It shows the powerful expression of 10 artists who are on the autism spectrum. 337 more words

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