Harvard’s biologically inspired engineering institute garners additional funding from founding donor Hansjӧrg Wyss
A protein that circulates in the blood of young mice reverses cardiac hypertrophy in old mice.
A new program recognizes eight doctoral students whose ideas, innovations, and insights could change their fields.
Fifteen Harvard faculty members chosen.
Eight professors honored
Blavatnik Family Foundation’s $50-million gift aims to support development of early-stage Harvard research into human cures
Hormone found by Harvard’s Melton and Yi has the potential to change the way type 2 diabetes is treated
Harvard Medical School announced that it would discontinue the controversial facility
The fruitful, flawed Louis Agassiz
Mice don’t work as model organisms for human burns, blunt trauma and infection.
Scientists probe the function of a human gene by observing its effects in a mouse.
A young astrophysicist finds clues to the origins of stars and galaxies by probing ancient, dwarf stars within and near the Milky Way
The Giant Magellan Telescope will refine the search for Earth-like exoplanets—and, potentially, for life elsewhere
Harvard astronomers seek answers to fundamental questions about the origins of the universe with the Giant Magellan Telescope.
The big science of building a giant telescope