Increasingly, economic and political inequality is interlaced

Analysts identify economic forces that perpetuate unequal wages, opportunities

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Alzheimer’s insights in single cells

Study of plaque production holds promise of helping improve treatment

Ups and downs at Harvard Stadium

Veterans of the climb will tell you it’s not speed that matters, but pushing your limits

Indigenous art in ‘Everywhen’

Exhibit at Harvard Art Museums focuses on seasonality, transformation, performance, and remembrance

Events

Tue., February 9, 2016, 12:30pm - 1:00pm

From Physician to CEO: Leadership Insight for Success | Voices in Leadership featuring Belen Garijo

Tue., February 9, 2016, 5:00pm

Forensic DNA Testing: Why Are There Still Bumps in the Road?

Tue., February 9, 2016, 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Askwith Forum – Teaching Higher: Educators’ Perspectives on Common Core Implementation

Wed., February 10, 2016, 12:30pm - 1:00pm

Gallery Talk: Everywhen

Wed., February 10, 2016, 5:00pm

Opening Reception: Unrest, An Exhibition by Philippe Grandrieux

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Working Together

Working together, a professor and two students do world-class research in the lab, in the field, and even over breakfast.

Bob Schieffer: The Iowa Caucuses and the New Hampshire Primary | Shorenstein Center

Bob Schieffer, Walter Shorenstein Media and Democracy Fellow, veteran CBS reporter, and former moderator of "Face the Nation," discussed this week’s Iowa Caucuses, and looked ahead to the upcoming primaries and general election.

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In his own works

A new exhibit at Houghton Library marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.

Today’s farming practices can cool temps

In a surprising finding that runs counter to most climate change research, Harvard scientists examining temperature records have shown that, in regions with the most intense farming, peak summer …

Harvard biologist is first woman to lead HHMI

Erin O’Shea, the Paul C. Mangelsdorf Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology and of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, has been named the sixth president of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

A question of citizenship

Two legal scholars debated whether U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, who was born in Canada, is a “natural born citizen” according to the Constitution, and thus eligible to serve as president.

News from Around Harvard

Proof That Women Get Less Credit for Teamwork

Being able to work well with others is a standard requirement for most jobs today. …

Shopping Week: Discovering Two of the Coolest Classes Ever

I’m here to brag about two amazing classes I’m taking this semester. …

Deanna Van Buren Has a BIG Idea

Deanna Van Buren (LF '13) has worked in a large architectural firm and in an independent practice, and she vastly prefers being her own boss, but she misses the advantages that being part of a large …

What Works: Gender Equality By Design (Part 2!)

Fresh from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Professor Iris Bohnet presented the second half of her forthcoming book “What Works: Gender Equality by Design” at the first HKS WAPPP Seminar of the …

This summer, I spent about 9 weeks in South Africa, where I learned about health issues in the...

This summer, I spent about 9 weeks in South Africa, where I learned about health issues in the country and systems serving the underprivileged, rotating between two different sites. …

Education, Research, and Innovation in Africa: Forging Strategic Linkages for Economic Transformation

Africa is a youthful continent: nearly 41% of its population is under the age of 18. …

The Public Choices You Make: From Engagement to Advocacy

Tue, 02/09/2016 - 4:00pmGeo Lecture Hall, 24 Oxford St., CambridgeDr. Jane Lubchenco, Oregon State University, Dept. of State's First U.S. …

Radio Berkman 233: Digital Alter Egos

Are you really "you" online? We asked around for stories of digital alter egos — secret identities that people maintain on the web and try to keep separate from their real life identities. …