A newly identified group of neurons that play a role in consciousness may have implications for the treatment of schizophrenia.
Changes to guidelines for fats, cholesterol, meat, and sugar are among the highlights
The Harvard Women Engineers Code (WECode) conference encourages all genders in technology fields.
A new Harvard School of Public Health study suggests people naturally regulate their coffee consumption.
As debates continue over divestment, Harvard events highlight progress on campus sustainability and climate research.
Funding medical research and education, Steve Ballmer boosts computer-science expansion, and arts and teacher-training initiatives
Using a stem-cell based screening method, Chad Cowan has found drugs that convert white fat cells to energy-consuming brown fat.
Will lead Harvard’s applied-sciences faculty during search
A program on the National Geographic Channel about sleep deprivation will feature several Harvard researchers.
Former Microsoft CEO supports 50 percent increase in faculty ranks.
Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities hosts inaugural challenge conference.
Highlights from Dean Michael D. Smith’s annual report
Led school during period of rapid growth—and huge ambitions
In a private meeting with University leaders and a public forum, faculty group pushes for divestment.
A transformative endowment gift from Gerald L. Chan and family