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The newly published analysis found baffling variations in the kind of treatment patients receive and in how well patients fare hrvd.me/HeartAttackRat…
Students share that a primary goal of the group is to build bridges between the diverse worlds of the sciences and humanities hrvd.me/EnlightenmentT…
Spring Sunday 💕 Photo: Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographerk
With recent stock market instability and prospects for a serious economic downturn, how likely is a recession? hrvd.me/Recession3914t
"It’s extremely humbling to be in the same department along with many of my advisers and mentors — folks I continue to look up to and who have shaped me deeply as a scientist." - Physics Professor Norman Yao hrvd.me/NormanYao7608t
How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected our mental health?#MentalHealthAwarenessMonth hrvd.me/MentalHealth21t
“I was seen as American in China, but seen as Chinese in America. Like the hyphen in Chinese-American, I have the privilege of belonging to both worlds, and sit at the boundary of an identity in constant evolution.” -JunJun Feng, @hgse #AAPIHeritageMonth
Out and about on a warm spring day
Scientists at the @broadinstitute have created models of skin cancer that can reveal the effects of mutations broadinstitute.org/news/researche…
The group is dedicated to informal discussions about issues ranging from ethics in designing artificial intelligence to the value of public-facing science communication hrvd.me/EnlightenmentT…
The investigation revealed that all six countries in the study excelled in some measures, while also showing that no country was excellent in all categories hrvd.me/HeartAttackRat…
Scientists discuss the status of the pandemic, including rising cases and the current landscape of therapies for COVID-19 hms.harvard.edu/news/troubling…
In colonial America, decisions about managing fertility were made on a household and community level, not mediated by doctors or medicines, says historian Jane Kamensky hrvd.me/Kamensky860t
The new picture provides the first direct visual evidence that the giant lurking 27,000 light-years away at the center of Earth’s galaxy is a supermassive black hole hrvd.me/BlackHole22t
The findings point to gaps in applying universally accepted standards of cardiac care hrvd.me/HeartAttackRat…
A surgically implanted device that moves the tongue forward during sleep was found to safely and effectively reduce sleep apnea in adolescents with Down syndrome hms.harvard.edu/news/good-nigh…
A grandmother’s exercise during pregnancy may make her grandchildren healthier metabolically, with less body fat, better insulin control and, in some, healthier bones hrvd.me/Grandma8344t
The study adds to growing research that tectonic movement occurred relatively early in Earth’s 4.5 billion-year history hrvd.me/PlateTectonics…
Harvard experts explore the ways that mental health impacts our lives #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth hrvd.me/MentalHealth21t
Astronomers have released an image of Sagittarius A* (or Sgr A* for short), the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy.
An international team of astronomers have released the first image of the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way hrvd.me/BlackHole22t
As the recipient of a heart transplant, #Harvard22 graduate Jon Hochstein has allowed that experience to inspire his medical career. Read more about his journey: hrvd.me/JonHochstein22t
Working for yourself might bring freedom and autonomy, but it increasingly comes with a major risk: low pay hbswk.hbs.edu/item/being-you…
The lab wants to determine if one species of piranha is more aggressive than the other and if they can analyze behavioral differences by looking at blood, hormone levels, and gene expression hrvd.me/Piranhas4756t
Developed by an international group of experts, a new series addresses concerns that progress in child health has been too slow and that global goals are off track hsph.harvard.edu/news/hsph-in-t…
“Growing up Korean-American, it often felt like I was grasping onto half-unfamiliar rituals and cultural memories. It has taken a long time for me to realize that I can be a whole person with all that complexity.” -Camille Choe, @Kennedy_School #AAPIHeritageMonth
The study evaluated mental health and substance use among unhoused and housed high school students hms.harvard.edu/news/teen-psyc…
Norman Yao, who attended Harvard for both his undergraduate and graduate studies, has returned to Harvard as a physics professor, studying time crystals and other quantum phenomena hrvd.me/NormanYao7608t
Parkinson's disease is marked by the death of dopamine-producing neurons in the brain, but why do these cells, and only some of them, die? broadinstitute.org/news/why-speci…
In the early U.S., abortion "existed among communities of enslaved women as well as free women and was very rarely a subject at law" says historian Jane Kamensky hrvd.me/Kamensky860t
The Asian Affinity Business Association, in collaboration with students and organizations across the @HarvardHBS campus, are showcasing the history, richness, and diversity of the AAPI experience hbs.edu/mba/blog/post/…
A team of Harvard-led researchers has analyzed some very rare, ancient, and nearly indestructible crystals called zircons for chemical clues about the onset of plate tectonics hrvd.me/PlateTectonics…
Mental health impacts each person differently. Harvard experts share ways to care for ourselves and for others. #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth hrvd.me/MentalHealth21t
Study break with baby animals at the @Kennedy_School 💛r
Researchers will study the temperaments of two species of piranhas native to the Amazon—caribe and red-bellied piranha, which the lab plans to add later this year hrvd.me/Piranhas4756t
What should college be — today and going forward? gse.harvard.edu/news/22/05/edu…
#Harvard22 graduate Jennifer Cloutier says her early traumatic injury was pivotal in defining her research goal—to understand how tissues regenerate after they are damaged hms.harvard.edu/news/promise-r…
LATE generally damages many of the same areas affected by Alzheimer’s disease hrvd.me/LATE5076t
“From a reproductive justice standpoint, I want to support persons who have uteri in making decisions about when they wish to have a family, how they want that to look, whether they want to have a family at all.” -Louise King hrvd.me/BioethicistVie…
“I love our Asian American community, and I love that our world contains its multitude of shades and cultures." -Alice Hu, @Harvard_Law #AAPIHeritageMonth
Reimagining vision correction, creating a more equitable money transfer solution, and designing new systems to protect against coastal flooding were three of the ventures recognized at the Harvard President’s Innovation Challenge Awards ceremony hrvd.me/InnovationChal…
Researchers learned that starting screening at ages 45 to 49 resulted in a significant reduction in the population’s actual cases of colorectal cancer diagnosed through age 60 hrvd.me/ColonCancerScr…
Experts predict that pandemic learning loss foreshadows a widening of the nation’s racial and economic achievement gap hrvd.me/AchievementGap…
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