Mar 8, 2012
Throughout the Harvard community, students, faculty, staff, and alumni/ae are working every day across disciplines and around the globe to generate innovative ideas and solutions. Here are just a few examples. Read More
Share what the next generation of innovators are working on at Harvard.
Mar 8, 2012
Telomeres, compound structures at the end of a chromosome, help our bodies repair and regenerate, but, as they weaken with time, aging occurs. Harvard swimmer Meaghan Leddy COL ’12 explains how Harvard scientists explore ways to reverse the signs of aging by increasing the levels of a certain enzyme to keep telomeres healthy. Read More
Science: See how Harvard research may be able to change how we age.
Dec 19, 2011
Pathbreaking work like Professor Michael McCormick’s reflects the increasingly collaborative nature of academic inquiry, notes FAS Dean Michael D. Smith. “This is broadening our view in a host of disciplines, revealing unimagined new questions, as well as uncovering new approaches to old ones.” Read More
Social Science: Harvard scholars blend traditional evidence with genomics, climatology, and computer science to shed new light on old civilizations.
Dec 15, 2010
When a handful of undergraduates yearning to study Latino American literature sought her out two years ago, Professor Glenda Carpio organized an impromptu class. Read More
Arts and Humanities: Ethnic studies is a perfect example of a 21st-century approach to a liberal arts education.