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One of the first things that Lee Bollinger — an attorney by training — did when he assumed the presidency of the University of Michigan was to start hanging out with scientists. He was determined to get the school in the top 10 in all areas. "In life sciences, we are not in the top 10," he told the Detroit Free Press, "and that to me is where we have had to put extraordinary effort and resources at this particular moment at the beginning of an intellectual revolution."

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