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Faculty profile: Joseph Gone

Joseph Gone is the new faculty director of the Native American Program

Lab-grown meat

Researchers grow rabbit and cow muscle cells that mimic the texture and consistency of meat

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Researchers say mindfulness meditation can alter how we process fearful memories


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Lab-grown meat gains muscle as it moves from petri dish to dinner plate

Researchers are able to build muscle fibers, giving lab-grown meat the texture meat lovers seek.

One by one, they’re making a difference

Marking the launch of “To Serve Better,” a series of stories about people committed to improving communities around the nation.

Joseph Gone discusses his new role as faculty director of the Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP)

Hailing from Montana, Joe Gone is an interdisciplinary social scientist with both theoretical and applied interests and member of the Aaniiih-Gros Ventre tribe. …

Harvard reaffirms commitment to public service

Over the past summer, 15 Harvard students helped communities around the country as part of the Presidential Public Service Fellowship (PPSF). …

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WATCH: Victor Madrigal-Borloz Previews United Nations General Assembly Report

On October 17, 2019, Victor Madrigal-Borloz, the Eleanor Roosevelt Senior Visiting Researcher with the Human Rights Program and the UN Independent Expert on sexual orientation

Networking Doesn’t Have to Be a Drag

Building relationships that benefit our careers isn’t about exchanging business cards at work events; it’s about getting to know people we can learn from. …

To Serve Better: Magnolia state blooming

Emily Broad Leib ’08 wanted to help Mississippi Delta residents through public policy, but what they needed first was a woodchipper.

Vladimir A. Voina, a 1990 Nieman Fellow who wrote for Russian and U.S. publications, dies at 83

Vladimir A. Voina, a 1990 Nieman Fellow and Russian journalist who wrote for a number of U.S. and Russian publications, died from cancer complications on October 16 in Boston. He was 83. …

The 5 Kinds of Blockchain Projects (and Which to Watch Out For)

Starting one because of FOMO is never a good idea.

Real texture for lab-grown meat

Researchers grow muscle cells on edible fibers

Is it time to stop skimming over full-fat dairy?

For years, the conventional wisdom about dairy is that we should be eating less of it, and when we do have any it should be low-fat or fat-free. …