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The talk, titled “Wild Biotechnology,” was hosted by Harvard Biotech Entrepreneurs, a student group focused on promoting interest in careers in biotechnology on campus.
Martin Rees, professor at the University of Cambridge and Astronomer Royal, speaks about the history of technology advances at the Science & Democracy lecture on Thursday evening in Jefferson Laboratory.
Rees, alongside a panel organized by the Program for Science, Technology, and Society, discussed the variety of possible causes of an “existential crisis” for humanity, through the lenses of various disciplines.
SplitNGo will help customers, restaurants, and waiters according to an advisor to co-founders Steve Gorodetskiy and Andres Sarmiento, who developed the app at the Innovation Lab.
Technology companies and the federal government are locked in an escalating legal battle over data surveillance and consumer rights, said Microsoft’s General Counsel Brad Smith.
At Harvard, where access to e-mail and texting is almost as necessary as access to oxygen, some students choose to go without today’s most ubiquitous form of communication.
Bol’s comments came in response to a question from Computer Science professor Harry R. Lewis ’68, who said he learned of the photographing—which took place during the spring 2014 semester—from two of his colleagues.
The Business School’s digital learning initiative is expanding to international and corporate clients following the success of its inaugural online courses that saw an 85 percent completion rate.
Andy Kim '17 is the co-president of the Harvard College eSports Association.
Members of the eSports Association discuss logistics for their upcoming LAN party.
Founded by Brianna Stiklickas, Meet Eugene, Inc. is a start-up that sells hedgehog food. The company is planning on starting a crowdsourcing campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds to cover their preliminary manufacturing costs. Meet Eugene, Inc. was one of start-ups featured at Mass Innovation Nights 67 on Wednesday night.
Employers and entrepreneurs from all over Boston gathered in Central Square on Wednesday night to attend Mass Innovation Nights 67. The event highlighted companies and start-ups founded by women.
The Harvard Computer Society—the five-person group that manages more than 7,000 student mailing lists—is finalizing a transition from on-campus servers to the cloud.