Harvard University is a private Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, established in 1636, whose history, influence, and wealth have made it one of the world's most prestigious universities.

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  • Fouling Marine Fouling
    Marine fouling occurs when organisms attach themselves to underwater objects like boats, rope, pipes and building structures. Mussels are one of the biggest culprits. Once attached, they are difficult to remove, leading to operational downtime, increased energy use and damage. Paints and coatings are currently used to prevent marine fouling, but are frequently toxin-based and not very effective, w...
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  • The Objects of Houghton Library: Past, Present and Future. A lecture by Ann Blair
    Ann Blair is Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor at Harvard University, where she specializes in the cultural and intellectual history of early modern Europe (16th-17th centuries), with an emphasis on France. Her interests include the history of the book and of reading, the history of the disciplines and of scholarship, and the history of interactions between science and religion. On April 20...
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  • Radcliffe Professorships Help Recruit New Faculty Members
    The Radcliffe Professorships program continues to help bring outstanding faculty members to Harvard. Four new assistant professors and a tenured professor joined the Harvard community as Radcliffe Professors on July 1, 2017.Related Publication: Radcliffe Magazine
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  • Energized by Positivity and Collaboration
    Quick Study | Mary PrendergastMary Prendergast uses zooarchaeology to challenge traditional notions about the spread of food production in East Africa, particularly in the past 5,000 years.Related Publication: Radcliffe Magazine
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  • Light Years Ahead
    Star analysts of Harvard College Observatory struck Dava Sobel as bookworthy history.In her latest book, Dava Sobel tells the story of the female “computers” who worked at the Harvard College Observatory from the late 19th through the mid-20th century.Related Publication: Radcliffe MagazineBy Colleen Walsh
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  • Bound by History: Universities and Slavery
    Around the Institute Special CommentaryRadcliffe conference looked at the complicated relationship between two American institutions: higher education and slavery.Related Publication: Radcliffe MagazineBy Renee Graham
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  • Marilynne Robinson, Acclaimed Novelist and Essayist, Wins 2017 Tribune Literary Award
    Marilynne Robinson, whose graceful fiction and trenchant essays grapple with themes of faith, longing, fear and forgiveness, has been named the recipient of the 2017 Chicago Tribune Literary Award.Source: Chicago TribuneAugust 3, 2017External Link: Marilynne Robinson, acclaimed novelist and essayist, wins 2017 Tribune Literary AwardBy Laura Pearson
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  • A Family with a Past
    In writing the story of his own family, Edward Ball examines America’s racial history.In writing the story of his own family, Edward Ball RI '17 examines America’s racial history.Related Publication: Radcliffe MagazineBy Pat Harrison
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  • Soft Exosuit for Post-Stroke Gait Retraining
    This video explains how exosuit technology, developed at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, applied to ankle movements helps patients post-stroke regain a more normal gait. Credit: Rolex Awards/Wyss Institute at Harvard University
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  • Young students from Allston-Brighton gathered to learn about the science behind what they eat
    Now in its 5th year, the “Science and Cooking for Kids” lab is a hands-on class aimed at piquing kids’ interests in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) through an approachable medium: food. The program is coordinated by the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and the Harvard Ed Portal. The class, which was part of the Ed Portal’s Summer Explora...
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  • The Old History of Capitalism
    The historical relationship between race and capitalism is one of the most enduring and controversial debates in US historiography.Date: May 2018Discipline: Social Sciences
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  • The Case for Cosmic Modesty
    If we want to find life elsewhere, we should search for it in all of its possible forms. Avi Loeb “There are many reasons to be modest,” my mother used to say when I was a kid. But after three decades as an astronomer, I can add one more reason: the richness of the universe around us. Credits: Produced by Sam Tabar & John Sullivan Creative Direction/ Editing/ Video by Michael Tosner (Present...
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  • To the Bone
    Hala Zreiqat RI '17 pictures a not-too-distant future in which a patient with a bad fracture—instead of being fitted with metal plates and screws—would receive a custom-made, 3D-printed implant.July 18, 2017By Deborah Halber
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  • The Divine Journey: A Painter's Mission
    The short documentary looks at the life and work of Vermont painter Janet McKenzie, who is challenging traditional Christian images by using women and people of color in depictions of Jesus, Mary, and other Biblical figures. Her latest work “The Divine Journey – Companions of Love and Hope“ was commissioned by Harvard Memorial Church.
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  • CRISPR-Cas: Molecular Recording
    In this video, Wyss Institute and Harvard Medical School researchers George Church and Seth Shipman explain how they engineered a new CRISPR system-based technology that enables the chronological recording of digital information, like that representing still and moving images, in living bacteria. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University For more information, please visit: https://wyss.harvard...
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  • Thoreau at 200: Reflections on "Walden"
    Larry Buell, Harvard’s Powell M. Cabot Research Professor of American Literature emeritus, taught Henry David Thoreau’s seminal book “Walden” for years, both at Harvard and at Oberlin College in New York. He recently visited the site of Thoreau’s cabin at Walden Pond in Concord, Mass., and reflected on the lasting relevance of the author’s ode to nature and simple living. More than 150 years after...
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  • Walking Every Line: A Q&A with Xaviera Simmons
    In Frontrunner Magazine, artist Xaviera Simmons says "My view of what the exhibition had become was most definitely influenced on the confluence of archival research and the political climate we have found ourselves in."Source: Frontrunner MagazineJuly 5, 2017External Link: Walking Every Line: A Q&A with Xaviera Simmons
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  • Soft Fabric Sensor
    This textile-based sensor effectively registers fine motor movements of the human body, taking researchers one step closer to creating soft, wearable robots. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University For more information, please visit: https://wyss.harvard.edu/soft-and-stretchy-fabric-based-sensors-for-wearable-robots
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  • Wave Piloting in the Marshall Islands
    As part of the 2016–2017 Oceans Lecture Series, John Huth leads a panel discussion in which participants tease apart what the Marshallese navigators did, how they were taught, and how they conceptualized using waves on the open ocean. Featuring:
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  • Wave Piloting in the Marshall Islands || Radcliffe Institute
    As part of the 2016–2017 Oceans Lecture Series, John Huth leads a panel discussion in which participants tease apart what the Marshallese navigators did, how they were taught, and how they conceptualized using waves on the open ocean. Featuring: John Huth, faculty codirector of the science program at the Radcliffe Institute and the Donner Professor of Science in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and S...
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  • Todne Thomas
    Todne Thomas, an anthropologist who specializes in religion, race, and kinship, was named an assistant professor of African American religions at Harvard Divinity School and a Suzanne Young Murray Assistant Professor at Radcliffe.Title: Suzanne Young Murray Assistant Professor at the Radcliffe Institute and assistant professor of African American religions at Harvard Divinity School
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  • Braxton D. Shelley
    Braxton D. Shelley joins Harvard as an assistant professor in the music department and the Stanley A. Marks and William H. Marks Assistant Professor at the Radcliffe Institute. He was the 2016 recipient of the Paul A.Title: Stanley A. Marks and William H. Marks Assistant Professor at the Radcliffe Institute and assistant professor of music in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences
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  • Susan A. Murphy
    Susan A. Murphy joins the Harvard statistics department as a professor of statistics and the Radcliffe Alumnae Professor at the Radcliffe Institute. A 2013 recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship, Murphy was previously the H. E.Title: Radcliffe Alumnae Professor at the Radcliffe Institute and professor of statistics in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences
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  • Durba Mitra
    Durba Mitra is the first full-time faculty member to join Harvard’s Committee on Degrees in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality. She is an assistant professor of women, gender, and sexuality and the Carol K.Title: Carol K. Pforzheimer Assistant Professor at the Radcliffe Institute and assistant professor of women, gender, and sexuality in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences
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  • Sawako Kaijima
    Sawako Kaijima, who has been an assistant professor in architecture and sustainable design at the Singapore University of Technology and Design since 2012, joins Harvard’s Graduate School of Design as an assistant professor.Title: Shutzer Assistant Professor at the Radcliffe Institute and assistant professor at Harvard Graduate School of Design
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  • Jennifer L. Roberts
    Jennifer L. Roberts will act as arts advisor during the 2017–2018 academic year and, beginning in 2018–2019, will serve as the Johnson-Kulukundis Family Faculty Director of the Arts.Title: Arts advisor at the Radcliffe Institute, Elizabeth Cary Agassiz Professor of the Humanities in the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and Harvard College Professor

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