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The Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (OEB) at Harvard University will admit and train students from the MEME programme. OEB is committed to training scientists pursuing a greater understanding of the evolution of the earth’s life processes. The department’s programs, many of which are interdisciplinary or linked to research in other departments, constitute a frontier of scientific vision in organismic and evolutionary biology. Modern research facilities, combined with the natural history collections and libraries of the Harvard University Herbaria and the Museum of Comparative Zoology, provide unique opportunities for meeting the challenges inherent in this pursuit.