How the moon came to be

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences student Yaray Ku is studying how the moon was formed

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Clever crows

Crows are one of the few animals known to make tools, and a new study suggests that using tools makes them happy

Service starts with summer

As part of Harvard’s new Service Starts with Summer Program, incoming first-year Ezra Feder is working at Artists For Humanity

Stephanie Paulsell, interim minister

Harvard Divinity School Professor Stephanie Paulsell will become the interim Pusey Minister at the Memorial Church

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A new paper, co-authored by Dakota McCoy, a graduate student working in the lab of George Putnam Professor of Biology David Haig, suggests that, after using tools, crows were more optimistic.

Harvard astronomer shows exoplanet has no atmosphere

Led by Laura Kreidberg, a Clay Fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, a new study shows that LHS 3844b, a terrestrial exoplanet orbiting a small sun 48. …

Stephanie Paulsell named interim minister at Harvard’s Memorial Church

Harvard President Larry Bacow announced the appointment of Harvard Divinity School Professor Stephanie Paulsell as interim Pusey Minister at the Memorial Church.

Graduate student lands lunar samples to learn how moon was formed

A fourth-year graduate student in the lab of Professor of Geochemistry Stein Jacobsen, Yaray Ku is working on a project aimed at understanding how the moon formed, and to do it, she’s working with …

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