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Loeb said in an interview Monday that one of Breakthrough Starshot’s greatest challenges is designing a lightweight spacecraft that can travel at a fifth of the speed of light.
Hundreds of faculty and students crowded into Science Center Hall D this week to hear a Princeton University computer science professor limn the secrets of machine learning.
A federal appeals court ruled that the Broad Institute holds patent rights to the gene-editing technology CRISPR-Cas9.
Despite the rollout of a new schedule for the College, undergraduates found the start of classes remarkable in its uneventfulness.
Harvard researchers—using zebrafish and frog embryos as models—have traced the process by which a single cell builds a complete organism.
Organizers for the event wrote on their website that they support Campaign Zero’s goal to “tackle the systemic issues behind incidents of police violence.”
You should probably start packing for summer, like, now.
Harvard researchers have combined two atoms for the first time to form a single dipolar molecule with unique properties.
Philosophy concentrator Nicholas P. Whittaker ’19 was one of 59 college students to win a Truman Scholarship, a graduate scholarship awarded for commitment to public service.
Researchers from Harvard, MIT, and the University of Cambridge have found that sulfur compounds in the early earth’s atmosphere may have contributed to the origins of life.
Wealthy Brazilian investor Jorge P. Lemann '61 recently made a donation to Harvard in order to support classes in entrepreneurship and engineering.
Harvard’s Math Department has hired a woman as a senior professor for the second time in its history, ending a six-year streak in which the department boasted not a single woman of that rank.
Assistant Physics professor Cora Dvorkin was named the 2018 Harvard Scientist of the Year by the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations last month.
Chemistry Professor Alán Aspuru-Guzik will leave Harvard to join the faculty of the University of Toronto this summer.
Bloxham, who studies how planets generate magnetic fields, was first appointed FAS divisional dean for physical sciences in Aug. 2006.