A biomedical engineer hoping to grow human organs, a psychologist examining why employees sometimes act in ways that destroy economic value, a mathematician exploring the limits of modern signal acquisition techniques, and a historian studying the intersections among Jewish, Greek, Roman and Christian traditions are spending much of this year at The University of Texas at Austin as Donald D. Harrington Fellows.
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