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This fall, students in Chemistry 17: “Principles of Organic Chemistry” will have one less worry as they take on the notoriously difficult course: For the first time in three years, its problem sets will not be graded.
With many cyclists come congested streets and, some residents say, an unsafe and accident-prone environment.
Top prize winners were a device that places calls to users hoping to escape an awkward date, an app that connects package deliverers, and a chatbot to connect employers with employees.
Before tens of thousands of marathoners descend on the streets of Boston Monday, a smaller cohort set out at midnight to trace their entire route—albeit on two wheels.
Kennedy School Lecturer Jorrit J. de Jong discussed possible solutions to bureaucratic inefficiencies and his new book "Dealing with Dysfunction."
MIT Economics professor Heidi L. Williams explored the economic incentives behind cancer research in a lecture Wednesday.
Months after Harvard’s Drug and Alcohol Peer Advisors discontinued regular giveaways of popular Camelbak water bottles, another campus group is bringing them back.
School of Public Health professor Marcia C. de Castro presented preliminary research that found that birth rates in Latin America have not fallen since the Zika epidemic.
With Housing Day just a week away, House Committees and upperclassmen have spent the past month gearing up to welcome freshmen to their new homes.
Scientists at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution are developing an underwater robot that analyzes ocean chemistry and biology.