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Harvard University's planned academic science center in Allston, Mass., is on "pause," says Science. Only the foundation will be finished. The planned 50,000-square-meter facility was to be home to cutting-edge research in biology, engineering, and medicine. Harvard has lost 30 percent of its endowment and expects to see fewer donations.

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