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How memories shape our perception of the present

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Pakistan-Born MIT Professor Nergis Mavalvala helps detect Einstein’s gravitational waves

CAMBRIDGE, MA—It is perhaps the biggest scientific news of this century and probably of many centuries: the detection of Einstein's gravitational waves; and Pakistan-born...

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