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How gaps in medical knowledge affect matters of the heart
On activism, litigation, and social change in America
Brief life of an Amazon explorer: 1875-1956
Sociologist Bruce Western rethinks incarceration in America
Modified H5N1 could infect a billion people if it escapes the lab.
In the plant's tendrils, L. Mahadevan and colleagues discover a new type of spring.
New study reveals just how many years of life are added by varying levels of exercise.
At its centennial, Harvard University Press continues publishing books, while vastly expanding its digital products.
View diverse versions of HUP's logotype through time.
Harvard proposes moving the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences to the University’s expanded campus.
The pediatric psychiatrists’ book depicts emergency-room experiences with mentally ill children.
Harvard College imposes penalties severe following investigation of undergraduate academic misconduct
HarvardX, edX, and online teaching and learning proliferate.
From the pages of the <i>Harvard Alumni Bulletin</i> and <i>Harvard Magazine</i>
Three Fellows offer a briefing on the effects of reforming the University's senior governing board.
Harvard news: Allston development, education dean departs, social investing, multimillion-dollar gifts to universities, and more
The Undergraduate reflects on mentoring and community.
Rebecca Nadler is Harvard's first NCAA gold medalist in skiing.
Jennifer Rubell makes art to touch, crawl into, or even drink and eat.
Recent books with Harvard connections
Bob Egan finds the original venues of iconic images.
Philip Slater has happily progressed from fame to obscurity.
Author Philip Slater explains his views on the world
2013 Candidates for Harvard University Overseers and HAA elected directors
Harvard alumni are honored for service to clubs and Shared Interest Groups