A Radcliffe conference examines the role of gender in medicine and public health.
Hedge-fund manager Bill Ackman and Karen Ackman donate $26 million.
Historian Maya Jasanoff says fiction can capture the subjective experience of the past.
Climate change has diverse and far-reaching economic effects.
Under pressure, getting excited yields better results than remaining calm.
During a quarter-century of engagement in Vietnam’s economic development, Harvard scholars create a unique educational institution.
Brief life of an Indian reformer: 1820-1891
Students spend their January term immersed in experiential learning.
‘Nobel Prize of Water’ given to Harvard professor for “unparalleled contributions” to global water resource management
With changed policies and food supply systems, healthy foods would cost less.
Brief life of a personality psychologist: 1893-1988
Information science promises to change the world.
“Out of ratio” weapons are essentially ungovernable.
At Harvard, Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman discusses decisionmaking with Walmsley University professor Cass Sunstein of Harvard Law School.
How the gray squirrels came to Harvard Yard