Cambridge writer Anita Harris felt inspired by the Georgia O’keeffe show at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA–which exhibits the work of a groundbreaking artist who lived and worked into her late 90s, and whose work remains impactful, today.
In an interview with Lisa Mullins on “Here and Now” a daily program of National Public Radio, author Anita Harris reflected on how her college years shaped her career path. The interview focused on Harris’s book, Ithaca Diaries, a memoir and social history of her years at Cornell University in the 1960s.
Cambridge-Paris Ariana Pharma reports that it has joined the WIN Consortium as an official technology partner. The Consortium (Worldwide Innovative Networking in personalized cancer medicine) is a global collaboration of 40 leading organizations whose aim is to develop more effective cancer diagnostics and therapeutics, shorten clinical trial timelines and reduce the overall cost of cancer care.