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In this issue:  Rape statistics from Harvard, a political
battle over women's health, and un-boiling an egg.

At Harvard College, 16% of female seniors surveyed report
having been raped.  Fast Company says Harvard President Drew
Faust detailed the initial results of a survey completed by
Harvard students which asked about individual experiences
with sexual assault and campus perceptions of sexual assault.

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Fast Company reports that Facebook is finally getting a
dislike button.  During the company's town hall Q&A on
Tuesday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed that Facebook is
working on a "dislike" button and will be testing it soon.

In one of the many face-offs that took place during the most
recent GOP debate, Jeb Bush found himself playing defense
against Donald Trump on the issue of women's health.  Fast
Company says Bush's claim about 13,000 women's health
clinics is suspect.

The Ig Nobel prizes are awarded each year shortly before the
Nobel prizes to some of the most imaginative, and often
silly-sounding, research across the sciences.  The Chemistry
Ig Nobel goes to 'un-boiling' an egg this year, according to
Chemistry World.