Technology

Harvard Medical School

With New Licensing Agreement, Harvard Hopes to Improve Cancer Treatment

Harvard has granted the Cambridge-based technological startup Magenta Therapeutics access to a suite of technologies partly patented by the University.

Allston

Harvard and Mass. Politicians Celebrate Life Lab Opening

Harvard’s upper crust and political elites celebrated the official opening of the Harvard Life Lab, a new biotech research and enterprise facility in Allston, with speeches and a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon.

College

Students’ Interest in Tech Careers Soars in Recent Years

The popularity of the the Office of Career Service’s Big Data Analytics & Technology Fair makes apparent the rise in the number of Harvard students pursuing careers in the technology sector.

Isaac Kohlberg
Scrutiny

Isaac Kohlberg

Isaac Kohlberg manages a staff of 50 who make all final decisions regarding Harvard's patents. Here, he laughs as he talks about forgetting his tie.

Isaac Kohlberg
Scrutiny

Isaac Kohlberg

Current head of Harvard's technology office, Isaac Kohlberg, says that his office's "mission [is] all about societal impact." Here, he sits at his own desk.

Marne Levine
Technology

15 Minutes with Marne Levine

Fifteen Minutes sat down with Marne Levine, the COO of Instagram, at the Intercollegiate Business Convention.

Octobot
Research

Assembling the Octobot

This is the world’s first completely untethered, 100 percent soft robot.

Admiral Michael Rogers
College

Admiral Michael Rogers

Admiral Michael S. Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, spoke with Belfer Center Director Graham T. Allison ’62 at the John F. Kennedy, Jr. Forum on Wednesday evening.

“Engineering and Entrepreneurship: The Internet of Things”
College

“Engineering and Entrepreneurship: The Internet of Things”

Don Busiek, senior vice president of computer software company PTC, gives a presentation during the “Engineering and Entrepreneurship: The Internet of Things” symposium. The symposium was hosted jointly by the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Business School.

“Engineering and Entrepreneurship: The Internet of Things”
FAS

'Internet of Things' Symposium Highlights Use of Urban Data

​Chicago Chief Innovation Officer Brenna Berman highlighted examples of data-driven analytics leading to policy reform at a Friday symposium.

KT - IT Tech Fair
On Campus

KT - IT Tech Fair

Sara Romero ’16 tests out a virtual reality simulation at the KT-IT Tech Fair Monday afternoon.

Modern Technology
Technology

Modern Technology

Young Sim ’16 explains a simulation of new wireless technology to Rebecca Chen ‘20 at the KT-IT Tech Fair Monday afternoon. The fair showcased new technologies and was jointly hosted by the Harvard Korea Society and Korea Telecom.

Inelastic Demand
College

Students Criticize New Ec 10 Textbooks; Mankiw Defends

Students in the College’s introductory economics class are criticizing the new textbook. But the course’s professor and the textbook’s author said the new system is worth the pricetag.

Matchbook Diagram
Love

Matchbook Diagram

An complex diagram of the inner workings of Matchbook

CS50 Lecture
College

CS50 Moves Away from Traditional Lectures, Toward Virtual Reality

Students enrolled in CS50 this fall will only be asked to attend two lectures in person, among other changes announced for the popular course.