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'All of a sudden, it seemed like we were adding on another university every week to look into.'

--Michael Zweiback, assistant U.S. Attorney, Los Angeles, speaking about prosecuting hackers.

'If your brain can do it, we can tap into it.'

--John P. Donoghue, professor of neuroscience at Brown University, and co-developer of a system that has allowed a paralyzed man to move a computer curser with the help of a computer chip embedded in his brain.

'No one makes a mega-gift when there is no president.'

--Harvard official who asked to remain anonymous, speaking about $275 million in stalled gifts from Oracle's Larry Ellison and others following Lawrence Summers' resignation.
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