For centuries, a simple technology permitted people to survive the Arctic.
A sampler from the Harvard University Library’s online collection Reading: Harvard Views of Readers, Readership, and Reading History.
A conference and an exhibition at Houghton Library showcase the legacy of the pioneering psychologist and philosopher.
Harvard renews an older building to create new labs in Cambridge for stem-cell research.
Two Beijing photographers interpret China’s breakneck change from Communist revolution to market-based consumerism.
Gutting the Fogg Art Museum on the way to renovating it
The Farlow Library’s new online exhibits highlight the death cap mushroom and mycological illustration.
An unusual symposium at Harvard and at James’s summer residence this August will remember the life of the psychologist-philosopher.
A titan arum waxes and wanes.
An exotic Indonesian plant may well bloom into a flower more than six feet tall in the next few days.
Corporate culture embraces photography.
Taking a look at the Houghton Library holdings