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A new CRISPR genome-editing approach has the potential to correct up to 89% of known disease-causing genetic variat… men's and women's crews competed in the #HeadOfTheCharles last weekend recent panel at Harvard debated a proposed system that would elect the U.S. president by popular vote top British diplomat Lord Peter Ricketts discusses Brexit and talks about what to watch for next Diamond, @HarvardHBS alum, co-founded @the_blackhouse in Los Angeles, which works to expand opportunities… is a member of Climate Action 100+, an initiative to ensure that the world’s largest corporate greenhouse g… new study shows that mindfulness meditation training may help ease fearful memories
"Our goal is to create a world where every young adult thrives," says alum Sarah Lockridge-Steckel, who is working… at @wyssinstitute and @harvardmed are tracking changes in the microbiome at @hseas have grown rabbit and cow muscle cells that mimic the texture and consistency of meat by one of Harvard Yard’s famous gates, the “To Serve Better” project explores the connections between memb… Presidential Public Service Fellowship program supports students who spend their summers helping others by work… Harvard-led study showed that after eight weeks of mindfulness meditation training, once-frightening memories no…
When posting on social media, parents should take children's privacy seriously Gone discusses what he hopes to achieve as new faculty director of Native American Program in Harvard Yard offer a place for people to take a break, connect with friends, and enjoy the space is launching a center for autism research's crew teams and rowing clubs each have distinctive blade markings unique to their School and House.… alumni who played roles in the impeachments of Presidents Nixon and Clinton, offer insiders’ looks into the…
Fall arrives on campus. #HarvardinAutumn to new research, the brain’s neural activity plays a role in human aging and life span summer, 15 students served communities around the country as part of the Presidential Public Service Fellowship four Harvard and Radcliffe varsity crews are slated to compete in the #HeadOfTheCharles this weekend. new Academic Resource Center offers peer tutoring, academic coaching, and opportunities for group and individua…
Historian Lizabeth Cohen, author of a new book on visionary city planner Ed Logue, examines the idealism underlying… G. Warnock, senior pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, spoke about mass incarceration at Harv… her Harvard master class on movement and self-expression, Amirah Sackett talked about fusing hip-hop with Is… Women's Heavyweight Crew Eights prepare for the Head of the Charles, which takes place this weekend in Bost… the #HeadoftheCharles Regatta this weekend, check out this guide to the 19 blade markings used by Harvard's cr… meditation appears to alter how the brain processes fearful memories
Athletics Director Bob Scalise, whose Harvard career began in 1974, will retire at the end of the academic year brain’s neural activity — long implicated in disorders ranging from dementia to epilepsy — also plays a role in… her new book, “Saving America’s Cities," Harvard historian Lizabeth Cohen examines the life and career of Ed Log… dancer Amirah Sackett visits Harvard and discusses the intersection of her activism with her art new tool created by researchers at @wyssinstitute and @harvardmed tracks changes in the microbiome remains one of the biggest obstacles to recovery from opioid addiction, making users hesitant to seek help a…
Fresh off Monday's #NobelPrize win, Harvard economist Michael Kremer discusses the methodical approach to battling… to children's data privacy start when they are babies, Harvard's Leah Plunkett says. Her new book outlines… found that mindfulness meditation can alter how we process fearful memories @Harvard_Law, Hiroshima survivor Setsuko Thurlow recalled the devastation that followed the atomic bomb Winona Guo started her nonprofit, Choose, with a friend Priya Vulchi, now a sophomore at Princeton Univer… Hiphop Archive and Research Institute at Harvard's @HutchinsCenter studies and preserves the work of hip-hop ar…
New research shows that people who take omega-3 fish oil supplements may have a lower risk of heart attack and othe… Michael Kremer won the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel. #NobelPrize co-chairs discuss the findings of the Harvard AAU Student Survey on Sexual Assault & Misconduct alumni offer insiders’ looks into the politics, procedure, and strategy of impeachment“Stigma is a formidable barrier. Our country has ostracized, punished, and in some cases, even criminalized addicti…
Leah Plunkett says despite temptation, children's privacy should be taken seriously on social media Hiphop Archive and Research Institute, based at Harvard's @HutchinsCenter, studies and preserves the work of hi… shares the honor with Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo of MIT. The award recognizes their work on reducing… Kremer has won the 2019 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel.'s Joe Blatt, who had a Muppet created in his likeness, leads collaborations between Harvard and…
A new research effort led by @harvardmed aims to develop better diagnostic tools and new therapies for autism and r… tree (@awitnesstree) in Harvard Forest—outfitted with sensors, cameras, and other digital equipment—tweets about… 🍂🍂 percentage of eligible Harvard students who voted in 2018 nearly doubled when compared to the 2014 midterm elec… Kaelin of @harvardmed was a winner of the 2019 #NobelPrize in Physiology or Medicine @Harvard_Law, Hiroshima survivor Setsuko Thurlow recalled the moments after the U.S. dropped the atomic bomb, an…
Civil rights activist and founder of the global #MeToo movement Tarana Burke has been chosen as this year’s recipie… to equip teachers with the tools to talk about race, sophomore Winona Guo and friend Priya Vulchi have penne… Worldwide Week, the “Women in the Global Health Workforce” panel focused on the need to keep pushing for gender… have programmed a CRISPR enzyme to detect and destroy RNA-based viruses, such as Ebola, Zika, and the c… and students will play together at halftime in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Harvard University band… new research effort led by @harvardmed aims to identify the biologic roots and molecular changes that give rise t…
Harvard graduates who played key roles in the impeachment cases against Presidents Nixon and Clinton discuss what h… are more than 100 free online courses you can take at Harvard: percentage of eligible Harvard students who turned up at the polls in 2018 nearly doubled, compared to the last… University has received a $20 million gift to establish The Hock E. Tan and K. Lisa Yang Center for Autism…
Retweeted by Harvard UniversityWinona Guo '22 co-authored a book on race, culture, and identity as a resource for teachers mark the 100th anniversary of the band, alumni and students will play together at halftime during the game with…
David Gergen and David King of @Kennedy_School provide historical perspective for the mounting tensions between Hou…, civil rights activist and founder of the #MeToo movement, has been named this year’s recipient of…
Retweeted by Harvard UniversitySetsuko Thurlow, a survivor of the Hiroshima nuclear bombing, shared her story at @Harvard_Law @HarvardChanSPH @UMich Watch the #OpSummit19 livestream Jackson is one of the newest members of the Department of Music at Harvard Bassett of @HarvardChanSPH discusses today's #opsummit19 conference sponsored by Harvard and @UMich and preserving the work of hip-hop artists is the focus of the Hiphop Archive and Research Institute, base…
The fund will provide competitive grants to pursue projects that aim to advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and b… fellows Min Jin Lee, Kaitlyn Greenidge, and Lauren Groff all have made a point of tackling unfamiliar top… colors at Harvard 🍁 #HarvardinAutumn first conference of the series was held in Michigan in May and the second, “Stigma and Access to Treatment,” ta… of resources, teacher shortages, and limited early education programs are some of the challenges that rural sc…
While the #climatechange situation is urgent, Harvard's John Holdren says the good news is on the public awareness… 1973, fewer than 100 African American women have received doctorates in physics. Ph.D. student LaNell William… opioid prescriptions have dropped by 50%, but this all-or-nothing approach may not be to patients’ advan… Kaelin of @harvardmed got the call at 5am yesterday, telling him he was a winner of the 2019 #NobelPrize in… a press conference yesterday, Harvard's William Kaelin, one of three winners of the 2019 #NobelPrize in physiolo…'s Yvette Jackson discusses her work as a composer of electroacoustic, chamber, and orchestral music nature, materials often shape shift in response to external stimuli: pine cones contract in response to humidity…
Buprenorphine, a highly effective treatment for opioid use disorder, is difficult to access in states with high rat… is only as good or evil as those who create it and use it, was the consensus at a HubWeek panel last week on #ChildHealthDay, we’re highlighting how actions that tackle #ClimateChange and reduce carbon pollution can…
Retweeted by Harvard University @harvardmed Watch the webcast of the #NobelPrize press conference now Worldwide Week, Harvard Schools, departments, research centers, student organizations, and administrative of… Kaelin of @harvardmed is one of three winners of the 2019 #NobelPrize in Physiology or Medicine scientists have been able to capture and control individual ultracold molecules – the eventual building-blo… taken in post-war Europe by Nobel laureate Martin Karplus in 1955 are part of a new exhibit at Adolphus Busc…
The research provides new insights into how to fight viruses and engineer self-assembling particles's @LeahRigueur is currently researching incidents of political corruption in the 80s, including a HUD scandal w…
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