Do you have a great idea? There is still time to enter it in this year's I3 competition. The directors of the Harvard Innovation Challenge have announced a brand new TECH Prize, sponsored by North Bridge Venture Partners. In light of this change, the deadline for project submissions has been extended to February 5.
Harvard has been the home of past innovators like Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg. Now it could be your turn to strike it rich with this year's I3 Challenge.
Looking for a challenging course this term? We’ve combed through the Q Guide and compiled a list of some of the hardest courses at the College this spring.
Cheerful signs and "Property of CS50" balloons lined the path to Northwest Labs yesterday as students from across campus came out to the annual CS50 fair.
Approximately 200 students spent last Thursday night at the Microsoft New England Research & Development Center (NERD!) for the CS50 Hackathon. The legendary "optional all-nighter" took place from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
With the deadline just one week away, the 525 students enrolled in Computer Science 50 are scrambling to complete their final projects.
Researchers at Harvard Medical School have reversed the aging process in mice and hope to apply this research to combat the symptoms of human aging.
For centuries, man as sought to find eternal youth. Although such a concept has remained a myth, for household rodents at least, that dream has finally come true.
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Siddharth A. Kara, a Fellow with the Carr Center Program on Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery, won the 2010 Frederick Douglass Book Prize for his book, “Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery.”
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