Lee Smolin, author of the recently released book “Einstein’s Unfinished Revolution”, gives a talk on Wednesday evening in the Science Center. His book discusses Einstein’s quantum mechanics and its limitations on our understanding of the world.
Members of the Harvard community attend a discussion on the Thirty Foot Telescope, which is proposed to be placed on Mauna Kea in Hawaii. The project is controversial due to its infringement on the use of indigenous land and potential ecological repercussions.
Christopher W. Stubbs, the Dean of Science, teaches in the physics and astronomy departments.
The president of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier (left) and Melissa Nobles (right) discuss the ethics of the digital transformation and transatlantic relations at Harvard Law School.
The Undergraduate Council had a weekly meeting on Sunday at the Issacson Room in Smith Campus Center Collaborative Commons.
A Cambridge Historical Tours tour guide tells a tour group a story about a Harvard Medical School professor who killed someone who lent him money during a Harvard Square ghost tour.
Students attended a talk where the implications of the possible construction of a telescope on Mauna Kea was discussed.
Students involved with the Harvard Prison Divestment Campaign spoke at the Harvard Law School on the first day of the group's Free-Them Week.
On Tuesday, the Harvard Graduate Student Union began a strike authorization vote. Voting will be open until Friday afternoon.
Archie Cubarrubia, Bridget Long, and James Honan, Ed.M. ’85, Ed.D. ’89 spoke at the Graduate School of Education's Leadership for Student Success event Friday evening.
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