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Anne Marie Knott, professor at Olin Business School, writes in the Harvard Business Review about innovation and industrial clusters.

Jay F. Piccirillo, MD, of the School of Medicine, speaks about new research on helping manage tinnitus, or ringing in the ears.MORE
Paul Steinbeck, PhD, discusses a book he’s working on about an African-American musical group, The Art Ensemble of Chicago. Steinbeck is an assistant professor of music and a faculty fellow with the Center for the Humanities in Arts & Sciences.MORE
Danish artist Jakob Kolding, whose work is on view until early January at the Kemper Art Museum, is interviewed for the museum’s blog, Palette Scrapings.MORE
Rafia Zafar, PhD, of Arts & Sciences, discusses her work for “Hold That Thought” about how food and the sharing of meals played an important role in the civil rights movement.MORE
Memory expert Henry L. Roediger III, PhD, of Arts & Sciences, discusses how to present information to students so they can better remember it later.MORE
As cancer cases rise among aging baby boomers, so does the need for better assessing older patients, says School of Medicine medical oncologist Tanya Wildes, MD. She says there are tools to identify medical and psychosocial issues and to improve treatment plans.MORE
Brown School student Kelly McGowan writes in the St. Louis American about health disparities in the region’s African-American community.MORE
Clarissa Rile Hayward, PhD, of Arts & Sciences, writes in The Washington Post about what’s next for Ferguson and addressing the larger underlying challenges. She and other university faculty weigh in on what happened and how to move forward.MORE
One in four women who undergo breast conservation surgery for stage 0-2 breast cancer return for more surgery. But breast surgeon Julie Margenthaler, MD, says in JAMA Surgery that new guidelines should reduce the need for subsequent surgeries.MORE
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