The love lives of fruit flies

Research may yield valuable insights into addiction disorders and depression

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Hitchhiking his way to better drug delivery

Samir Mitragotri harnesses blood cells to help nanoparticles cross biological barriers

The Harvard-Yenching Library

140 years, 1.4 million volumes, and the most comprehensive collection for East Asian studies in the Western world

Easing the way for students to ‘do’ science

LabXchange is a new virtual community designed to bring concepts to life


Thursday, July 19, 2018, 8:00pm - 10:00pm

The Story Collider

Thursday, July 19, 2018, 7:30pm - 10:00pm

MicroChefs: An Evening for Curious Adults


Mindfulness research probes depression benefits

Gaelle Desbordes, a researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital and instructor in radiology at Harvard Medical School, is probing mindfulness meditation’s effect on depression.

“Sing Out, March On” at Harvard Commencement

Joshuah Campbell '16 and Harvard friends perform “Sing Out, March On”—a powerful tribute to John Lewis, Harvard's Commencement speaker.

Latest Harvard Gazette News

Gallery of Harvard scenes puts accent on red

Harvard and crimson are synonymous. But all over campus, brighter shades of red abound, too.

Crossing biological barriers for better drug delivery

Researchers set out to develop a system that could help prevent nanoparticles from being cleared from the blood before they get to their target tissues. …

Lauren Groff on Florida as a state of mind

The Gazette spoke with fiction writer and Radcliffe fellow Lauren Groff about subversive prose, mothers and children, and crafting a vivid sense of place.

Harvard hosts workshop for leaders in malaria fight

Harvard Business School hosted a weeklong leadership workshop supporting global efforts to eradicate malaria.

News from Around Harvard

Take Two: Avi Selk on spiders, aggregation and writing fast

EDITOR’S NOTE: Yesterday, we featured contributor Rebecca Boyle’s interview with Washington Post general assignment reporter Avi Selk about his intriguing, elegaic story of the …

8 tips for covering U.S. elections from a former elections administrator

Tammy Patrick, once a federal compliance officer for the Maricopa County Elections Department in Arizona, offers eight tips to help journalists improve their coverage of U.S. elections. …

Finding Your Place: Creative Spaces on Campus

Coming in to Harvard, I knew that I would have access to a wealth of academic resources on campus. …

Susannah Barton Tobin appointed Thayer Senior Lecturer

Susannah Barton Tobin ‘04, the managing director of the Climenko Fellowship Program and assistant dean for academic career advising at Harvard Law School, has been appointed the Ezra Ripley Thayer …

4 Ways Leaders Can Protect Their Time and Empower Their Teams

It’s OK not to be available all the time.

An insider’s guide to a hospital stay

No one wants to be have to go to a hospital, but there are times when it’s unavoidable. …

Alienation Proves Fertile State of Mind for Lauren Groff

Fiction writer and 2018-19 Radcliffe fellow on the dread, glory, and urgency behind ‘Florida’The fiction writer and 2018–2019 Radcliffe fellow talks to the Harvard Gazette on the dread, glory, …