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The recent study examined the incidence of negative health effects in infants whose mothers used antiretrovirals and was designed to help doctors assemble the safest combination of HIV drugs by indicating which are associated with the least risk.
Researchers at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute are cautiously optimistic about a new technique that could possibly combat or even cure HIV/AIDS.
People are crying Big Brother because the University approved a study monitoring lecture attendance that involved photographing students without their knowledge. We can guess what they probably caught you doing when you did show up.
Students of the Harvard Yard Archaeology Project sift through excavation finds on Thursday at the Results Day outside of Matthews Hall.
Students of the Harvard Yard Archaeology continue to excavate the predicted site of the Indian College on Thursday at the results day outside of Matthews Hall.
Through studying the specimen, evolutionary geneticists have determined that the ancestors of modern humans and present-day people of Eurasian descent have similar levels of Neanderthal DNA.
A new study found that, although cancer patients are enrolling in hospice programs at higher rates, their consumption of intensive hospital services near the end of life has increased as well.
Last week, the Bertarelli Program, a collaboration involving Harvard Medical School, announced that it will award a series of grants totaling $3.6 million to launch five research projects in neuroengineering.
The test, developed by Professor James J. Collins and others at the Wyss Institute, can test for the virus in 30 minutes, with each test costing less than one dollar to produce.
Although a recent study found that colleges often fail to provide adequate concussion education programs for their athletes, students and administrators at Harvard say that the College has adhered to detailed guidelines for treating and identifying concussions.
The opening of the fellowship house comes after 18 months of construction and more than three years of planning.
University-wide goals include reducing per capita waste by 50 percent and water use by 30 percent by 2020, from a 2006 baseline.
A new variation of gene therapy raises hopes for a safe and effective long-term treatment for the life-threatening heritable disorder.
The research indicates that eight genes in the human body may be related to coffee consumption, either directly or indirectly.
By enabling the creation of nanoparticles in user-specified shapes out of materials like silver or gold, the breakthrough offers a range of applications in solar cells, disease detection, and laser technology.