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We hope you enjoy it! On the left side of our homepage, you can read some featured articles from last year's issue of The Harvard Brain. To read the full edition, please see the archives page. Stay tuned for the 2009 edition, debuting at the end of April. We have many exciting features planned, including an interview with Will Wright, creator of The Sims and Spore, a book review of Prof. Wrangham's latest book How Cooking Made Us Human, and an article by renowned bioethicist and Princeton Professor Peter Singer.