The new ArtLab

Harvard's new art-making space in Allston opens its doors to the public

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On climate, the young take the lead

Harvard pediatrician outlines the global climate strikes and the rise in youth protests

Artists in residence

The Parker Quartet have been Blodgett Artists-in-Residence at Harvard since 2014

Rex Tillerson at Harvard

At Harvard, former U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson offered his take on global leaders and hotspots

Climate Action 100+

Harvard has joined Climate Action 100+ to engage directly with top carbon emitters to address climate change

Explore Harvard's online courses and learning content

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Events

Friday, September 20, 2019, 8:00pm - 10:00pm

Parker Quartet

Saturday, September 21, 2019, 10:00am - 12:30pm

Kick-off the ArtLab: Opening Celebration

Saturday, September 21, 2019, 3:00pm - 4:15pm

Supa Modo

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About 1,000 gather as part of international youth protest to demand urgent action by world leaders on worsening climate crisis

Harvard students and those from Cambridge public schools joined their voices in a rally calling for climate change action Friday on Harvard’s Science Center Plaza.

A new paper examines how neuron-like implants could treat brain disorders

A new paper explores why neuron-like implants could offer a better way to treat brain disorders, control prosthetics, or even enhance cognitive abilities.

Microbe hunter Emily Balskus wins Blavatnik Award

Emily Balskus will be honored on Sept. 23 with the Blavatnik National Award for Young Scientists for her work in tracking never-before-seen chemistry to specific bacteria in the human gut.

Harvard launches database to help community connect across disciplines

Harvard Link is an application that for the first time funnels University-related events, news, organizations, and faculty and staff contact information into a centralized data bank. …

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Trump Says He Doesn't Know Who 'Partisan' Whistleblower Is

Sep 20, 2019President Trump is rejecting reports that the intelligence community’s whistleblower complaint involved a phone conversation with the Ukrainian President. …

Common hormonal treatments linked to abnormal heart rhythms and sudden death in men being treated for prostate cancer

Treatments for advanced prostate cancer that suppress testosterone, a hormone (also called an androgen) that drives the malignant cells to grow and spread, are collectively referred to as androgen …

What's so funny?

Finding her voice in the comedy mecca of Brooklyn meant Sabrina Wu '20 had to scrap some old material. Was it worth it? She – and the laughing audience – say yes. …

Announcement of the Next Generation Event Horizon Telescope Design Program

The National Science Foundation has just announced the award of a $12. …

Fall 2019 Event Series

We have an exciting array of events planned this semester! On Thursday, April 12, HRP staff kicked off the season with an information session on

“Problems that are not seen cannot be addressed.”

Journalism’s most idealistic missions are well-known and, despite the sine wave of attacks throughout history and the economic disruptions of the digital age, remain immutable: Give voice to …

The nature of the craft

When Eli Zuzovsky '21 landed at a summer writing workshop, he found a new routine for his work and learned a little something about "the writer's life." By Guest Blogger Eli Zuzovsky ‘21... …

Less Local News Means Less Democracy

The office building four blocks from Florida’s state Capitol carries the same name in bold letters that it boasted when it opened in 1988: Florida Press Center. …