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Professor Charles Lieber in his lab at 12 Oxford Street

Photograph by Rose Lincoln/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

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The pioneering chemist of bio-compatible transistors and other nanoscale wonders receives Harvard's highest faculty honor.  

7.20.17

Krishna G. Palepu, senior adviser to the president for global strategy

Krishna G. Palepu, senior adviser to the president for global strategy
Photograph ©Stuart Cahill for Harvard Business School

Harvard’s new approach to international research

11.24.15

Against Boston College, Zena Edosomwan ’17 notched nine rebounds and 20 points, including this monstrous dunk.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletics Communications

Harvard men’s basketball loses two straight games.

11.24.15

Alacha, Huckins, Hyland, Lam, Pham, and Shahawy win two or three years of study at Oxford.

11.23.15

Hard-hitting defensive back Sean Ahern (seven solo tackles, one pass breakup) and the rest of the Crimson senior defenders went out with a bang, keeping the Elis scoreless as Harvard piled up 31 unanswered points.

Hard-hitting defensive back Sean Ahern (seven solo tackles, one pass breakup) and the rest of the Crimson senior defenders went out with a bang, keeping the Elis scoreless as Harvard piled up 31 unanswered points.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

A win in the Bowl seals a share of the Ivy championship.

11.21.15

The portrait of Warren professor of American legal history Annette Gordon-Reed was among those defaced.

This portrait of Warren professor of American legal history Annette Gordon-Reed was among those defaced.

Photograph by Elizabeth Tuttle

Tensions arise at the University—as elsewhere around the country. 

11.20.15

A Houghton Library postcard designed to attract undergraduates in computer science to its resources

A Houghton Library postcard designed to attract undergraduates in computer science to its resources
Courtesy of Emilie Hardman.

The Houghton Library undergraduate fellowship supports a summer immersion in its collections.

11.18.15

Freshman Corey Johnson sank five three-pointers against Providence on Saturday, the most by any Harvard player since then-senior Laurent Rivard sank six in 2014.

Freshman Corey Johnson sank five three-pointers against Providence on Saturday, the most by any Harvard player since then-senior Laurent Rivard sank six in 2014.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

Harvard men’s basketball splits opening-weekend games.

11.16.15

Jeffrey S. Flier
Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

A transition at medicine, and at public health

11.12.15