The Harvard Food Systems Initiative connects Harvard research on food production and consumption with on-campus experiences and meals.
The students and the shops may change in Harvard Square, but its spirit and streets carry on.
In her new role as Harvard Archivist, Virginia “Ginny” Hunt will take a deeper dive into “invisible” achievements, student engagement, and the Legacy of Slavery.
Events examine what can be done to address grinding problem of race, internet’s power to exploit political, cultural schisms to destructive ends.
Harvard researchers take sea level fingerprints from theory to fact.
Study shows how pelvis takes shape and what genes orchestrate the process.
Harvard-affiliated study upends common myths around melatonin, weekends, school start times.
Harvard students mobilize to provide relief in Pakistan.
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky talks Russia strategy, nuclear threat, Ukrainian unity, leadership lessons at Kennedy School talk.
More than 1,000 backpacks dotted Harvard Yard, representing the lives of college students lost to suicide every year.
Too soon or an artistic imperative? Fiction writers reflect on the history, power, challenges of stories in which real life is a dominant character.
Study of hand-surgery patients suggests “immersive experience” can curb need for drugs, cut hospital stay.
Realistic mummy portraits, on view at Harvard Art Museums, shed light on life, death in multicultural Roman era 2,000 years ago
Lawrence Summers, president emeritus, reflects on his time leading the University at the unveiling of his presidential portrait at Widener Library.
Mark Zuckerberg, Priscilla Chan, other luminaries share, and celebrate, vision for Kempner Institute.
Currently Italy, Spain, France, and the U.S. are the world’s biggest wine producers, but Georgia is the oldest and among the most storied.
Powered by Harvard conversations, an ever-expanding collection of arguments, insights, reactions, and reflections.
As the first woman director of the Center for Astrophysics, Lisa Kewley talks about strategies for a new era in astronomy, growing up with a love for space, and challenges for women in the field.
Croatian prime minister details spread of economic, political, humanitarian crises, continuing authoritarian threats.
Christopher Cleveland to serve as chair.
Putin expert Philip Short discusses escalations of the war by Putin, and says negotiations will be tricky and fraught
Tree rings could hold clues to climate change and forest change.
Political scientist Theda Skocpol has traveled U.S. collecting "little works of art" that reflect nation’s history — badges of fraternal groups.
Former officials, scholars say nation’s image comes from popular media, offer insights into actual mission, history as the CIA turns 75.
Namwali Serpell’s novel explores reality, memory, and race, class of broken family after the death of a child.
Historian Donald Yacovone chronicles racist values, historical falsehoods woven through textbooks in his new book.
The “Reimagining the Role of Business in the Public Square” conference at HBS examines the role corporations that have adopted Environment, Social and Governance principles are playing in soc...
Harvard’s HR leader explains how University plans to ensure flexibility and compete for top talent while maintaining a vibrant campus.
With new report showing consumer prices rising, central bank needs to control inflation, soften blow of expected recession, the economist says.
Joseph Gone details research on integrating Native healing practices into clinical mental health services.
A Harvard-led study examining measures of well-being showed younger adults had the lowest scores of any age group.
Head football coach Tim Murphy has led the Crimson to nine Ivy League championships, three unbeaten seasons, and a 186-83 record.
Emerging research suggests following surgery with medication may produce similar results for patients as young as 55.
A report by the Steering Committee on Human Remains in University Museum Collections was released by President Larry Bacow on Thursday.
Professor Andrew Ho discusses growing inequality and how to help students recover ground lost during the pandemic.
The new exhibition hopes to revolutionize how Cuban art is considered through the inclusion of artists of African descent who were usually excluded from shows.
Harvard committee calls for cross-School approach to climate change, increases in faculty, resources, internships, fellowships.
Study is first to microscopically evaluate the pulmonary tissue of e-cigarette users for chronic disease.
Atlantic Connections, a jazz performance created by Alicia Hall Moran and Yosvany Terry, takes place on September 15 and 16.
In his first Harvard event since retiring from the Supreme Court in June, former Associate Justice Stephen Breyer spoke to first-year students at Harvard Law School on Friday about his experience...
Randall Munroe is asking “What If?” again. You might like the answer.
The death of Queen Elizabeth II presents the perfect opportunity to set the record straight and perhaps embark on long-overdue changes, said Maya Jasanoff, X.D. and Nancy Yang Professor and Cooli...
Harvard faculty leaders explain implications for the field — and the future.
California’s move to ban gas-powered car sales will have ripple effects visible along highways and in neighborhoods where people sleep, and cars charge.
Former Bioethics Fellow Jay Baruch recalls the tale of impatient patient who pulled her own breathing tube and lived to tell about it.
At a book talk, marine conservationist David Shiffman explained why he adores sharks and how we can help save them from extinction.
Altered microbiome, lack of sleep seen as possible culprits in 30-year global increase among under-50 adults.
Classrooms across Harvard College came back to life last week with the start of the new academic year.
The new initiative is designed to help speed up the translation of innovations from University labs into startups that bring to market products and services addressing climate change, alternative...
If you have a gas stove taking a few steps can help protect your household.