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When it comes to changing minds, perception fights facts.
Multi-industry corporations invest in ideas that benefit their global enterprise. But old-school tariffs are poised to impact their bottom line.
Improving the dining experience for astronauts has become a mission for GSAS student Larissa Zhou, a materials science and mechanical engineering PhD candidate at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Janet Conrad, PhD ’93, considered studying the stars as a child, but eventually decided to investigate something continuously produced by them: neutrinos.
Sophia Rosenfeld, PhD ’96, Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania, discusses her latest book, Democracy and Truth, and explains how lessons from the past can inform conversations about politics today.