Each of these events also shows admitted students a unique aspect of undergraduate life.
Kicking a soccer ball often causes a throbbing toe and a loss of energy upon impact. But with Soccket—an idea ...
Harvard’s campus is no stranger to musical performances, but it has yet to play host to a piece that uses the human body as its score—at least, until the unveiling this Sunday of the Gigue project, which uses computer programs to measure and transform a person’s heartbeat into music.
Reptiles and mammals may represent different classes in the animal kingdom, but researchers in the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology have found that similar molecular changes cause both a lizard and a shrew to produce a toxin—a discovery that may shed light on similar changes that occur in other animals.
If you ask a child how they see, they say they open their eyes. Simple enough. But what if you ask the child what’s going on in the eye?
Most of us eat chocolate. Now--at least according to School for Engineering and Applied Sciences Professor David Edwards--we should inhale
When Martin A. Samuels was growing up in the suburbs of Cleveland, a house call from his pediatrician J.W. Epstein was a big deal.
High levels of uric acid are typically associated with gout, the painful condition that afflicted King Louis XVIII of France.
A group of researchers in the lab of chemistry professor Charles M. Lieber have found a way to synthesize two- and three-dimensional versions of the microscopic strands known as nanowires—a breakthrough that researchers say may greatly increase the reach and applicability of the field by allowing scientists to design vastly more complex structures.
Much like this month’s Faculty meeting, the first “all-hands” meeting of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences last Friday went without cookies and coffee.
Public fanfare greeted the activation last year of the Large Hadron Collider, the massive particle accelerator that physicists hope will ...
A robotic hand that could clean up messes would be a welcome roommate for any dorm-room dweller. And far from
CORRECTION APPENDED Nina Jain ’11 spent last summer trekking door-to-door through a Delhi slum, trying to find out which of
CORRECTION APPENDED Erez Manela, previously an associate professor of history and currently the director of graduate student programs at the
Harvard Band Members Walk Out of Centennial Banquet After Alumni Comments on Sexual Harassment Policy
Facemash Creator Survives Ad Board
Talented Group Makes Up Football Class of 2011
Following SFFA Attorney’s Comments at Event, Harvard Law Students Debate Discrimination Against Asian Americans