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Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Commencement Address | Harvard Commencement 2017

Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg gave his address at Harvard's 366th Commencement on May 25, 2017 at Tercentenary Theatre.

Harvard researchers study what causes falls among elderly

For over 50 years, scientists at the Institute for Aging Research, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, have been studying what causes falls among the elderly, and how to prevent them. 

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Exposure to inequality reduces support for ‘millionaire’s tax’

A new study has found that, following momentary exposure to inequality, support for a "millionaire’s tax" dropped by more than 50 percent.

Hand-tool connection is innate despite lack of limbs

A new study shows that, despite having no experience using tools with their hands, the brains of people born without hands represent tools and hands much the same as seen in the brains of people born …

Mass General Hospital addiction specialist explains fentanyl threat

Sarah Wakeman, an addiction specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital, discusses the role of fentanyl in the country’s opioid crisis.

Harvard-backed program brings out creativity in third-graders

An Ed Portal exhibit celebrates an educational initiative between the Ed Portal, Harvard Art Museums, and Gardner Pilot Academy to create an experiential learning program for third-graders.

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Library Closed July 3-4

The Library will be closed for Independence Day on Monday, July 3 and Tuesday, July 4, resuming our regular service on Wednesday, July 5 at 8am. …

AI and the Law: Setting the Stage

Teaser We as a society are only beginning to understand the ethical, legal, and regulatory challenges associated with AI, as well as develop appropriate governance models and responses. …

“Sweetly ululate”: the Lou Harrison collection

The coincidence of the anniversary, in June, of the events leading to the gay liberation movement in the United States, and the centennial of the birth of the composer, activist and gay icon Lou …

When AI Becomes the New Face of Your Brand

Executives will have to make three new types of decisions.

Motivating Employees Is Not About Carrots or Sticks

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Title IX at 45

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Combating Candida Albicans

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Male and Female Entrepreneurs Get Asked Different Questions by VCs — and It Affects How Much Funding They Get

Research finds a new explanation for the gender gap in venture funding.