Paul Parravano, co-director of MIT's Office of Government and Community Relations, cradles baseball's World Series trophy that the Boston Red Sox won after a thrilling postseason last fall. Parravano, who was attending a briefing last week by the team owners to announce their decision to stay in Fenway Park, said holding the trophy reminded him of "Jim Rice, Carlton Fisk and all those years I put in sitting there on wonderful summer nights" and was a "great moment for me to touch that great history." Opening Day is Sunday, April 3. Photo / Fay Foto
By temporarily suspending retinal activity in the non-amblyopic eye of animal models, neuroscientists restrengthen the visual response in the "lazy" eye, even at ages after the critical period when patch therapy fails.