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Kerry M. Flynn

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On Campus

Weatherhead Fellow Discusses Brazilian Economy

Seated at a round table in Leverett Private Dining Room, Fabio L. Carneiro, the deputy head of supervision department at the Central Bank of Brazil, led a dinner discussion with students about international economics in Brazil.

Harvard in the World

Somali Journalist Recognized for Brave Coverage

Mohamed Olad Hassan, a Somali journalist who has covered the people of his nation amid dangerous insurgency over the last ...


Sleep Improves Memory of New Words, Study Finds

College students studying foreign languages should take heed of a study recently published by researchers at Harvard Medical School and the University of York, which found that newly acquired words are better integrated in a person’s memory after sleep.


Harvard Enters into Research Collaboration with Pharmaceutical Company

Harvard enters into new research collaboration with Sanofi-Aventis, a pharmaceutical company that will provide grants to fund projects proposed by Harvard researchers.


Harvard Forest Director Earns Award for Preserving Landscape for Public Use

With an ambitious plan to protect the environment and promote landscape development, Director of the Harvard Forest David R. Foster and his colleagues were recently honored with the Charles Eliot award.

Harvard Medical School

Study: Cellular Defects in Energy-making Key to Parkinson's

Researchers could be closer to more effectively preventing and treating Parkinson’s disease after a Harvard-led study discovered that defects in ...


‘The Challenge’ Seeks Diabetes Cure

“The Challenge,” which had been two years in the making by two Harvard faculty members, asked participants in February to answer the question, “What do we not know to cure type 1 Diabetes?”

City Politics

Entrepreneurial Walk of Fame May Bring Stars to Kendall Square

Stars will soon brighten the sidewalks of Kendall Square if the proposed "Entrepreneurial Walk of Fame" becomes a reality.