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Chosen from more than 800 applicants, the new Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigators will each receive an estimated $9 million to support their research hrvd.me/HughesInvestig…
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The Mark I, one of the world’s first programmable computers, has been at Harvard since 1944. It recently moved from the Science Center to the new Science and Engineering Complex. Read more: hrvd.me/Mark-I-t
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In a recent symposium at @harvardmed, scientists and researchers discussed how to create more unbiased practices and tools that would lead to greater equity in medicine and health hms.harvard.edu/news/precision…
From the latest technologies to artistic interpretations, we're exploring the heart hrvd.me/HeartInFocus92…
One of Munazza Alam's favorite items in the lab is her Women of NASA Lego set. “They’re a reminder of the trailblazing women before me,” she notes. Read more about the favorite tools of Harvard scientists: hrvd.me/LabEquipment85…
In new report, a @HarvardHBS expert identifies a “hidden” pool of workers that businesses routinely reject for the wrong reasons hrvd.me/HiddenWorkforc…
COVID-19 vaccine booster shots are being recommended for people age 65 and older, those at risk of developing severe disease, and people in high-risk occupations hsph.harvard.edu/news/features/…
The Pfizer vaccine has been shown to be safe in school-age children, a potentially key development in the fight to bring the COVID-19 pandemic under control hrvd.me/PfizerKidsVacc…
Research shows that how questions are framed can have a profound effect on results hrvd.me/CensusFlaws202…
To better understand the nutritional benefits of aquatic foods, researchers at @HarvardChanSPH examined more than 3,750 species, everything from water spinach and sardines to clams and salmon hsph.harvard.edu/news/features/…
Purnima Kapur brings a new vision for planning and design aimed at creating connections across campus hrvd.me/PurnimaKapur84…
"As someone who has been working remotely since starting my new position, I finally get to meet my colleagues in person for the first time when we return to campus! I feel safe knowing that over 90% of employees and students are vaccinated." - John Goettelmann, @harvardmed
Thanks to the @RedSox for having our Athletic Director Erin McDermott throw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to their game at @fenwaypark last night! #GoCrimson #OneCrimson
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Research shows that as glacial ice from Greenland, Antarctica, and the Arctic Islands melts, Earth’s crust beneath these land masses warps hrvd.me/SeaLevels610t
Findings from a recent @harvardmed study could explain why some cancer types respond to current immunotherapies while others do not hms.harvard.edu/news/immune-es…
In human societies, the effects of testosterone are best seen on a large, rather than individual, scale hrvd.me/Testosterone64…
The Emmett Environmental Law & Policy Clinic at @Harvard_Law is assisting Massachusetts cities and towns reduce greenhouse gas emissions today.law.harvard.edu/electric-slide/
Alexander Rehding, professor of music, reflects on his longstanding love for this unique project hrvd.me/NasaMixtape861t
Students and alumni celebrate #HispanicHeritageMonth in a 3-part series discussing works of art alongside their personal experiences within Latinx communities harvardartmuseums.org/article/connec…
Every Tuesday through October you can visit the Harvard Farmers' Market on the Science Center Plaza, noon to 6pm. More info: dining.harvard.edu/farmers-market
People tend to think of ancient sculpture as colorless, but they were often vibrantly painted. Join @harvartmuseums to learn how scientific analysis can help reconstruct original colors on works of art. Tuesday, 9/21, 12:30pm: bit.ly/2Z9XTBT
Pfizer announced on Monday that their COVID-19 vaccine has been shown to be safe and effective in children ages 5 to 11 hrvd.me/PfizerKidsVacc…
Meet Harvard heart health heroes, see artistic interpretations of the heart, and explore the latest heart-related technologies hrvd.me/HeartInFocus92…
A Harvard associate professor talks about mending the gap in the existing scholarship of American artist Carrie Mae Weems hrvd.me/CarrieMaeWeems…
Testosterone’s wide-reaching effects occur not just in the human body, but across society hrvd.me/Testosterone64…
Associate professor of sociology Ellis Monk says there’s more to the population count than what is being reported by the media hrvd.me/CensusFlaws202…
Purnima Kapur, Harvard’s inaugural chief of university planning and design, is taking the lead on the University’s efforts to create connections across campus hrvd.me/PurnimaKapur84…
“I’m keeping my community healthy by encouraging everyone I know to get vaccinated. Being a citizen-leader for our society means uniting our communities in the best way possible to defeat this pandemic.” - Juan Molina, Harvard College
A new study from @harvardmed suggests that cancers in different tissue types develop unique mechanisms to avoid discovery and destruction by the immune system hms.harvard.edu/news/immune-es…
Researchers at HMS and @JoslinDiabetes have found what could be a starting point for new therapeutics to tackle insulin resistance hvrd.me/TnE830rU2Q9
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Nearly 1,400 students and alumni joined the Global Day of Service last month: hrvd.me/GlobalService6…
People often avoid information to make themselves feel better about the decisions they make, but a new study suggests that a variety of other factors can influence whether and how much we choose to become informed hbswk.hbs.edu/item/dont-brin…
“We had this idea in our home that no matter where we were, one could walk into an art museum and feel connected to the entire world and have one’s point of view expand.” - Horace D. Ballard hrvd.me/MuseumCurator8…
The @harvartmuseums are celebrating the achievements, culture, and history of Hispanic, Latinx, and Latin American contributions to the arts youtube.com/playlist?list=…
A new study says that firms need to take smarter looks at job applicants who are excluded for the wrong reasons hrvd.me/HiddenWorkforc…
Now a fourth-year medical student at @harvardmed, Greg Galeazzi talks about his military service and the connection between his injuries and his approach to medicine hrvd.me/ArmyMedSchool4…
With the help of the @harvartmuseums, participants in an online pottery class recreated treasures from the museum’s collection at home hrvd.me/ZoomPottery756…
PhD student Lisa Awaitey's work could inspire solutions to one of humanity’s biggest challenges: climate change gsas.harvard.edu/news/stories/s…
The single-shot vaccine appears to work against different variants of SARS-CoV-2 hms.harvard.edu/news/protectio…
Harvard’s Global Day of service included opportunities for alumni mentoring, voter registration outreach, and important community conversations hrvd.me/GlobalService6…
The 27 million workers “hidden” from corporate hiring processes include those without a college degree, veterans, workers with gaps in their employment history, people convicted of a felony, and others hrvd.me/HiddenWorkforc…
One of the goals of renewing Swartz Hall, a century-old building at @HarvardDivinity, was to preserve the historical character while increasing energy efficiency and creating a welcoming, accessible, and modern environment
When the pandemic prevented in-person classes at Harvard’s ceramics studio, program director Kathy King enlisted her colleagues at the @harvartmuseums to help hrvd.me/ZoomPottery756…
Greg Galeazzi, an Army veteran who lost legs in combat, reflects on his service in Afghanistan and how it influenced his decision to become a doctor hrvd.me/ArmyMedSchool4…
The new associate curator of American art at the @harvartmuseums hopes to inspire fresh perspectives on what pieces say about gender, culture, and politics hrvd.me/MuseumCurator8…
Alan Jenkins of @Harvard_Law shares his thoughts on the "brilliant and highly flawed" Constitution, the Supreme Court’s important role, and how to harness the Constitution’s power to “afford full equality and opportunity for everyone.” #ConstitutionDay today.law.harvard.edu/brilliant-and-…
Fall semester classes have started! Take a look inside these Harvard courses: hrvd.me/LearningCurve0…
Former Theranos employees began testifying this week against Elizabeth Holmes, the once-celebrated biotech’s founder and CEO hrvd.me/Holmes2784t
A new single-shot COVID vaccine may be on the horizon hms.harvard.edu/news/protectio…
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