A new fabrication technique for creating robotic insects crawled out of the Harvard Microrobotics Laboratory this week.
Only in its second year of existence, the biomedical engineering concentration saw a 38 percent growth in the number of sophomore concentrators who declared this fall.
The Experiment Fund, a new seed-stage investment fund, officially launched Friday with the hopes of providing budding entrepreneurs with support and capital to build their startups.
University representatives and government officials gathered yesterday morning to celebrate the placing of the final steel beam on the structure of Massachusetts’s latest state-of-the-art research computing initiative.
With Wednesday's deadline for sophomore concentration declarations imminent, Harvard’s Statistics Department looks to continue an escalation that has seen the concentration expand from 5 to 50 concentrators since 2005.
Research shows cooked meat provides substantially more energy than raw meat, highlighting inaccuracies in current food labeling methods.
A team of Harvard researchers led by Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology Tobias Ritter developed a new chemical method that refines the capabilities of 3D internal bodily imaging.
A team of Harvard researchers has developed a new arterial visualization tool that may result in quicker and more accurate diagnoses of heart disease.
Harvard is taking another stride in revolutionary computing by participating in the development of the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center, a state-of-the-art research computing facility in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Even as CS50 continues to pull away from other introductory courses in enrollment figures—enrollment jumped from 494 last fall—its growth trends are not exclusive. Every introductory SEAS course has grown in the last two years.
Dan Shechtman, professor of materials science at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and the University of Iowa, spent years trying to convince the scientific community that his 1982 identification of alloys with crystal-like electron structures was not a huge blunder.
The results of a recent physics experiment at the European Organization for Nuclear Research may pose the most direct challenge to Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity since its inception, holding the fate of modern physics in the balance.
Richard Y. Ebright ’14 knew he wanted to conduct scientific research as soon as he arrived at Harvard.
Pinkberry's arrival challenges Berryline’s monopoly on the frozen yogurt market.
The show, which took place at the Lavietes Pavilion, raised $5,000 for the local youth organization Teen Empowerment.