Greening the electric grid with gas turbines

Massive storage not needed for renewable sources to play large ‘decarbonization’ role

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Easier way to fix hearts

Catheter aided by UV light repairs holes without surgery

A miracle of preservation

HarvardX’s MOOC 'The Book' bridges modern and medieval

How the brain builds new thoughts

New study reveals clues to how thoughts take shape


Fri., October 9, 2015, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

#Tech4Democracy Showcase and Challenge

Sat., October 10, 2015, 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Engineering + Entrepreneurship: Making Robotics Fly

Sat., October 10, 2015, 2:00pm - 2:45pm

Film Screening: Sneak Preview of Nova's "Making North America"

Sat., October 10, 2015, 1:00pm - 4:00pm

A Pop-Up Makerspace: The Future of Learning Laboratory

Sun., October 11, 2015, 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Pop Poetry Walk

Mon., October 12, 2015, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Book Reading with David Black: Fast Shuffle

Join us for HUBweek on Oct. 3-10, celebrating the intersection of art, science, and technology across Greater Boston

View events Join us for HUBweek on Oct. 3-10, celebrating the intersection of art, science, and technology across Greater Boston


Homework | From My House to Our Harvard

At Harvard, homework assignments can save lives.

Kristen Soltis Anderson: The Selfie Vote – Can Republicans Win Millennials in 2016?

Kristen Soltis Anderson, Republican pollster and author of "The Selfie Vote", discussed the divide between the Millennial generation and the Republican Party, and what the party can do to better resonate with young voters.

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Education as a tool against inequity

Harvard President Drew Faust tells U.S. mayors’ panel that addressing inequality nationally begins with investing in education.

To sample climate concerns, look at nature

A panel of climate change experts at Harvard said that nature is telling us where we need to make changes to lessen future climate change impact: the places flooded or otherwise damaged in past …

Israel’s Grossman reflects

The celebrated Israeli novelist David Grossman reflects on writing and warfare. The right has won the debate in his country, he says, but hope for peace remains.

A whale of a tale

Great whales’ microbiome shares characteristics with both plant eaters and predators, study finds.

News from Around Harvard

Clinic develops first-of-its kind guide for immigrant entrepreneurs

Harvard Law School’s Community Enterprise Project has published a first-of-its kind guidebook for immigrant entrepreneurs. …

7 Places to Go During October

Nothing beats a New England fall.  Continue reading Harvard Connection, Harvard College Connection, Fall, October, …

Lindiwe Mazibuko Celebrates Tunisian Nobel Peace Prize Winners

The Norwegian Nobel Committee’s announcement this morning that the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize will be awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet – ahead of 273 formidable candidates including …

Leon Panetta Talks Leadership with David Rubenstein

Former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta spoke to Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) students and faculty Thursday morning (October 8) in a conversation with David Rubenstein, who serves as Chair of the …

Is Social Media Ruining Politics: Millennial Take

  “I think so far it’s been Donald Trump which has been pretty obvious. How long that continues we don’t know, but I think... Posted by John F. Kennedy Jr. …

Debate Preview: A Millennial's Perspective

Call us naïve, but we millennials always want change. Change for the future, change for the better, change for hope. …

Expand Your Horizons in the 2016-17 Loeb Fellowship

Applications are open for the 2016-17 Loeb Fellowship. …

Red-light cameras: Can they offer insights about racial profiling?

2015 study published in Police Quarterly that uses red light camera observations to measure racial disparities in traffic violations in an attempt to clarify conflicting evidence related to racial …