Members of the “Church of Stop Shopping in NYC” led a protest against the project Robobees, which aimed to design robotic bees. Protestors felt the project was a “non-response” to the current decline in bee populations.
Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton will be honored at an October 24 celebration marking the 100th anniversary of the Harvard School of Public Health, the school announced Monday.
Cherry A. Murray, Dean of Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences since 2009, has been appointed to the U.S. Secretary of Energy Advisory Board, the U.S. Department of Energy announced in August.
Carine Margez, a graduate student from France working at Harvard for the summer, lost nearly all her belongings when a fire swept through her Somerville apartment on July 25.
Administrators and faculty are poised to consider changes to the daily academic schedule following the announcement this February that Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences will move to Allston in as little as five years.
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences affiliates shared their views on the design of SEAS’ new Allston campus with architectural consultants at an open house event Monday afternoon in the Maxwell Dworkin lobby.
The computer science concentration has nearly doubled in size in the last two years and continues to drive growth in Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, according to new data released by the SEAS Communications Office.
As the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences awaits its planned move across the river to Allston, the school is in search of short term solutions to immediate problems created by a lack of space.
Eric C. Sinoway was startled by the possibility of losing a close friend and mentor. Sinoway began to record some of the lessons Stevenson had taught him and ultimately published a book in October 2012.
In his new book, “The Life of Super-Earths,” astronomy professor Dimitar D. Sasselov claims that a class of planets called Super-Earths may be our best chances for finding extraterrestrial life.
A survey of nearly 10,000 Harvard Business School alumni revealed a stark lack of confidence in America’s competitiveness in the global economy.
Senior Lecturer at the School of Public Health Richard A. Cash received the 2011 Fries Prize for Improving Health for his work in developing Oral Rehydration Therapy.
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