Study finds that runners who land on their forefeet are more efficient than their heel-striking counterparts.
Exploring the weblike structures that underlie everything from friendship to cellular behavior
From Orchids to Octopi draws on the work of many Harvardians and puts paleontologist Farish Jenkins on stage.
Harvard scientists are using genomic tools to fight newly resurgent malaria.
This is what a new study by a team including Harvard scientists, using a Walden Woods dataset begun by Henry David Thoreau, suggests.
On the enduring value of natural history museums and the study of life’s species
Imprinted genes may affect the timing of pregnancy and nursing in humans.
Support, and a backlash, for the trendy new shoes; a Harvard professor offers an evolutionary perspective.
Cutting-edge science helps historians push further and more fully into the past.
Energy is the key to understanding human evolution—and to saving ourselves and our planet, says Daniel Lieberman.
History professor Daniel Lord Smail explores the role of psychotropic mechanisms in human evolution and history.