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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Sunday, September 22, 2019, 11:00am - 4:00pm

Visual Science: The Art of Research

Sunday, September 22, 2019, 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Early Christian Africa: Arts of Transformation

Sunday, September 22, 2019, 7:00pm - 8:40pm


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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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Adult acne: Understanding underlying causes and banishing breakouts

Just because you’re an adult doesn’t mean you are no longer susceptible to acne. …

Women’s Rugby Dominates Dartmouth in Home Opener, 50-32

The Crimson came out firing on all cylinders to beat Dartmouth 50-32 in its season opener. Harvard now moves to 2-1 on the season.

Women’s Volleyball Tripped Up by Syracuse, 3-1

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Closing out nonconference action at home in the Malkin Athletic Center, the Harvard women’s volleyball team (2-7, 0-0 Ivy) was tripped up by Syracuse (2-4, 0-0 ACC) today, Sept. …

High-Powered Offense Leads Women’s Soccer Past Long Island, 5-0

Winning for the third consecutive outing, Harvard women’s soccer got goals from five different players as it upended Long Island, 5-0, on Saturday at Ohiri Field. …

Women’s Tennis Continues Strong Play in Harvard Fall Classic

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard women’s tennis continued their great play with nine wins on the day versus opponents from Buffalo and Boston University. …

Comeback Falls Just Short for Football at San Diego

In its season opener at Torero Stadium, the Harvard football team nearly came back from a 24-0 deficit, falling 31-23 against San Diego Saturday afternoon.

Walker Advances to Finals at Ivy Plus Tournament

PRINCETON, N.J. – Sophomore Harris Walker has advanced to the finals of the Nassau flight at the Ivy Plus Tournament in Princeton, N.J. …

No. 12 Men’s Water Polo Cruises Past Johns Hopkins, No. 14 George Washington

LEWISBURG, Pa. – After two victories on day one of the Bucknell Invite, the No. 12 Harvard men’s water polo team has posted its best start in program history with a 7-0 overall record. …