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SEAS Profs Heat Up Science Courses

Several professors at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have taken a novel approach to teaching physics—cooking in class.

SEAS

Accidental Discovery of Black Silicon Holds Practical Applications

A treatment accidentally discovered in the laboratory of physics professor Eric Mazur has the potential to vastly increase the effectiveness of silicon.

Sciences Division

Harvard Attracts More Potential Engineers

Though aspiring Harvard students may spend this week mired in uncertainty as they wait for admission decisions on April 1, one thing is almost certain: more admitted students than ever before will come to Harvard with the hope of pursuing engineering and applied science.

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Food and Drink

Le Whif To Sell Around the World

After a nine-month testing period, Le Whif will launch its products in cities nationwide and abroad, including London and Tokyo.

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Future Engineering students will now have the chance to concentrate in Biomedical Engineering.

Jerome Charyn Discusses Emily Dickinson
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Today in Photos (03/10/10)

SEAS

SEAS Creates New Concentration

In response to burgeoning student interest over the past few years, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences will create a new biomedical engineering concentration, marking the start of the school’s ambitions to expand existing tracks into independent concentrations.

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SEAS Dean To Hire Faculty

Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) Dean Cherry A. Murray discussed the future of SEAS during her second “All-Hands Meeting” yesterday afternoon, where she presented plans to tap into the school’s financial reserves to fund continued faculty and staff growth.

Sciences Division

New Cancer Vaccine Developed in Mice

A team of Harvard bioengineers and biologists say that they have developed a cancer vaccine that eradicates melanoma tumors in mice and slows their reoccurrence.

SEAS

Army Vet Reflects On War Progress

Newly returned from his second tour in Afghanistan, Professor Kevin “Kit” Parker said yesterday that investments in low-tech fighting methods will offer lasting advantages.

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Harvard biomedical engineering professor and US Army Major Kit Parker speaks about his second tour of duty and the truths about how the war in Afghanistan is being fought and the challenges the United States faces. The presentation took place yesterday at the School of Engineering and Applied Science.