May 6, 2019
Tyrone Hayes, a professor of integrative biology at the University of California, Berkeley, delivered the 2019 Jocelyn Spragg Memorial Lecture.Read More
May 2, 2019
Before you pick up that $30 bottle of probiotics, listen to PhD candidates Cary Allen-Blevins and Vayu Maini Rekdal. It’s true that healthy bacteria make for a healthy gut – but scientists are still learning about how microbes help us break down our food – from our “first food” (breast milk) to meat and veggies.Read More
May 1, 2019
On April 12, current students and alumni came together to celebrate biophysics.Read More
March 22, 2019
As a PhD candidate in applied mathematics, Fernandes asks how glass sponges might provide inspiration for the design of stronger bridges and buildings.Read More
February 15, 2019
Kevin Ma’s parents immigrated to the US with little more than the clothes on their backs, fleeing the terrifying violence caused by the Vietnam War. With few resources, they raised their son in a warm, but frugal household, which forced Ma, PhD ’15... Read More
January 30, 2019
How Kristina Olson’s TransYouth Project is overturning expectations about gender.Read More
January 30, 2019
Margaret Kivelson, PhD '57, on her career investigating the outer planets of our solar system.Read More
January 22, 2019
Science in the News may have had humble beginnings with just a few graduate student members, but over the last 20 years it has grown to be the largest student-run science outreach organization at Harvard.Read More
December 19, 2018
Eight scholars appointed studying topics from glass sea sponges to musical Esperanto.Read More
December 10, 2018
Sara Schechner, PhD '88, shares her love of scientific material culture as the David P. Wheatland Curator of the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments at Harvard.Read More

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