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Collecting expeditions race the anthropocene extinction to sample wild botanical diversity.

6.6.16

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Harvard had filed a brief urging the Court to uphold affirmative action last year. 

6.23.16 | News

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Barbara J. McNeil will lead Harvard Medical School on an interim basis beginning July 31.

6.21.16 | News

A change in a senior Harvard fundraising role

6.17.16 | News

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Killing good bugs as well as bad may harm early immune “education,” say Harvard scientists.

6.17.16 | Research

Basin with Painted Geometric Decor and Burnished Surface, Chinese, Neolithic period, Majiayao culture, Majiayao phase, 3300–2650 BCE. Earthenware.
Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums/© President and Fellows of Harvard College.

An exhibition of prehistoric earthenware deepens understanding of early Chinese cultures and communities.

6.16.16 | Museums and Collections

Solve the most recent creation of puzzlemaker John de Cuevas ’52

6.14.16 | Puzzles

Anopheles gambiae is one of many mosquito species in the genus Anopheles that transmit malaria to humans. At least one species of Anopheles, when infected with Wolbachia bacteria, appears not to act as a vector of the malaria parasite. Photograph courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control

Harvard scientists find Wolbachia protective.

6.13.16 | Research

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Photograph by Gary Blakeley/123RF Stock Images

Harvard had filed a brief urging the Court to uphold affirmative action last year. 

6.23.16 | News

Barbara J. McNeil
Photograph by Len Rubenstein

Barbara J. McNeil will lead Harvard Medical School on an interim basis beginning July 31.

6.21.16 | News

A change in a senior Harvard fundraising role

6.17.16 | News

Images by iStock and composed by Harvard Magazine/JC

Killing good bugs as well as bad may harm early immune “education,” say Harvard scientists.

6.17.16 | Research

Basin with Painted Geometric Decor and Burnished Surface, Chinese, Neolithic period, Majiayao culture, Majiayao phase, 3300–2650 BCE. Earthenware.
Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Art Museums/© President and Fellows of Harvard College.

An exhibition of prehistoric earthenware deepens understanding of early Chinese cultures and communities.

6.16.16 | Museums and Collections

Solve the most recent creation of puzzlemaker John de Cuevas ’52

6.14.16 | Puzzles

Anopheles gambiae is one of many mosquito species in the genus Anopheles that transmit malaria to humans. At least one species of Anopheles, when infected with Wolbachia bacteria, appears not to act as a vector of the malaria parasite. Photograph courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control

Harvard scientists find Wolbachia protective.

6.13.16 | Research

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