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Student’s prize-winning art installation unveiled at Radcliffe Yard

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Connecting the dots in data sciences

New Harvard Data Science Initiative hosts talks on analyzing data and on cutting-edge applications

Healthy change in school cafeterias

Nutritious school lunches gain favor with students, Harvard expert says

Students aiding the environment

Five undergraduate women spent the summer researching climate change, sustainability around world



Harvard Arthrobots

Inspired by arthropod insects and spiders, Harvard researchers have created an entirely new type of semi-soft robots capable of standing and walking using drinking straws and inflatable tubing. 

Harvard Professor takes Alzheimer’s fight personally

Harvard Medical School Professor Reisa Sperling talks about the personal impact of Alzheimer’s disease, which killed both her father and grandfather.

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As AI rises, you’ll likely have a job, but it may be different

As artificial intelligence takes hold in more fields, you’ll likely have a job, analysts say, but it may be a different one.

Former White House photographer reflects on his time with the Obamas

Pete Souza, former White House photographer for Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama, joined Ann Marie Lipinski at the JFK Jr. Forum to discuss his time photographing the First Families.

Winthrop House renovations preserve character, add modern amenities to student residence

After more than a year of renovations at Winthrop House, returning students have discovered a residence that combines neo-Georgian character with 21st-century amenities.

Romer’s mystery sparks new quest for fossils in Nova Scotia

A Harvard team finds a rare fossil in Nova Scotia while retracing the footsteps of Alfred Romer, the paleontologist who identified a gap in the record from the period when animals first crawled out …

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Database on U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Budgets for Energy Research, Development, & Demonstration (1978–2018R)

Jun 27, 2017The attached document contains the June 2017 updates to the authors' database on U.S. …

The Agriculture, Nutrition, Health, and the Environment in Africa conference

Mon, 11/06/2017 (All day) to Tue, 11/07/2017 (All day)Nov. 6: Amphitheater, Joseph B. Martin Conference Center, 77 Ave. Louis Pasteur, Boston Nov. 7: HKS, 79 JFK St. …

The Mad Cartoonists of Cairo | Jonathan Guyer

The Mad Cartoonists of CairoThe Dangerous World of Middle East Censorship and the Emergence of Arab Comix

Top Six: Diversity Opportunities Fair on Sept. 29th

This fair is for diverse students to learn about job, internship, and graduate school opportunities! It’s open to all Harvard FAS students, with some organizations especially focused on promoting …

North Korea tests not just a bomb but the global nuclear monitoring system

Sep 13, 2017North Korea’s apparent nuclear detonation on September 3 has drawn our attention to a remarkable international organisation that helps detect and identify nuclear tests. …

“A podcast every day for three weeks straight”: After covering the Tour de France, Tim de Gier, NF ’16, launches a podcasting network in the Netherlands

The work of a print journalist can be very unrewarding. When I worked for a magazine, writing a piece could take several weeks. The potential audience was 100,000. …

Spotlight on populist plutocrats: A Q&A with Matthew Stephenson

In advance of a conference on Saturday, Sept. 23 at HLS, Harvard Law Professor Matthew Stephenson spoke with the Harvard Gazette about the global phenomenon of "populist plutocrats:" politicians who …