Public fanfare greeted the activation last year of the Large Hadron Collider, the massive particle accelerator that physicists hope will ...
As H1N1 continues to spread on campus, Harvard researchers have taken on important roles shaping the response to the swine
Harvard neurobiologist Florian Engert—known for his work on neural behavior in zebrafish—was awarded tenure in July in the department of
After spending eight weeks at the University of Cambridge, Rui Wang ’11 has fine-tuned a third ear—one she hopes might
By the end of December, most high school seniors never want to see a copy of the Common Application again.
CORRECTION APPENDED Children’s literature leaves a profound mark early in mental and social development and appeals strongly to adults’ “damaged
On New Year’s Day in 2003, Mike Kim left his comfortable job as a financial planner in Chicago and traveled
The Dalai Lama will visit the Boston area at the end of April, and plans to spend two days at
Two Harvard Kennedy School professors will receive grants of up to $100,000 after being named 2009 Carnegie Scholars yesterday by
Last year, when the Harvard government department organized a meeting for alumni, current professors were asked to give a presentation
A trial version of the University Library’s new search interface was released last week, featuring improvements like a simpler search
Mandatory Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) tests for commercial truck drivers could reduce the risk of truck crashes that kill and
Former Crimson editorial columnist and Harvard Salient editor Ross G. Douthat ’02 will become a weekly Op-Ed columnist at The
Over 150 workers, union activists, students, and faculty members gathered outside the Holyoke center yesterday to protest potential layoffs due