In Focus is a window into the ideas, research, and work happening across Harvard communities. Each week we bring a different topic into focus, sharing perspectives on the big conversations of the moment—and sparking new ones.
Celebrate the 150th anniversary of Harvard’s 281-acre living museum. Free and open every day, the Arnold Arboretum engages the public through educational opportunities and programs for all ages.
Far more than theory, the principles of economics are constantly evolving to help solve pressing societal problems, from inflation to income inequality.
Join the Harvard community in better understanding the history of Juneteenth and explore how it’s being celebrated today.
Celebrating the Class of ’22
Highlighting the accomplishments and celebrating the bright futures of Harvard’s Class of 2022
Faculty and students from across the Harvard community are working on ways to address climate change and its effects.
Experts from the Harvard community explore how music aids in learning, improves well-being, and fosters social change.
The word “quantum” can cause shrugs in even highly educated shoulders, but with a “discrete quantity” of knowledge, quantum physics, and the technologies based on it, can be illuminated for everyone.
The Pandemic Years
Living through a pandemic for more than two years has highlighted how connected we are, how resilient we can be, and how far we still have to go for an equitable world.
Our neighbors in the animal kingdom have always fascinated, confused, and inspired us. Through research and observation, we can better understand them and ourselves.
The Accessible World
Harvard experts are pushing digital and physical accessibility forward, because a more accessible world is a better world for everyone.