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Arts & Culture

PW exposes dark side of Romeo and Juliet

Smoke billows across the stage, filtering and dampening beams of blue lighting. Jazz plays in the background. Columns connected by web-like arrangements of rope comprise a minimalistic set. The first players emerge, clad in punky leather vests and combat boots. From early on, the audience knows this ...

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University News

Prof takes prize for innovative computer

Professor of Computer Science Maurice Herlihy  became the first Brown faculty member last month to win the IEEE Computer Society’s W. Wallace McDowell Award. The honor is given to individuals who make notable contributions to information technology fields and specifically for Herlihy, for making ...

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Science & Research

Obama policy requires data accessibility

The Obama administration announced a new policy last month to increase public access to federally financed research, including University research funded by the National Science Foundation and other federal agencies. The policy requires government-funded agencies that spend more than $100 million a ...

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Science & Research

Speaker describes preserving medieval texts

The process of conserving medieval books requires knowledge of specific materials, art history and bookbinding, said Abigail Quandt, head of the department of Book and Paper Conservation at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore in a lecture at the John Carter Brown Library Tuesday night. Her talk, which ...

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