September 6, 2018
This story originally appeared on the website of the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and... Read More
August 1, 2018
In Prairie Fires: The American Dreams of Laura Ingalls Wilder , Caroline Fraser, PhD ’87,... Read More
July 20, 2018
PhD graduate in social policy Monica Bell’s interviews with poor youth of... Read More
July 13, 2018
What stories do refugees tell about their flight from home? And how do displaced people look back on what they've lost?Read More
July 6, 2018
In this episode, PhD student in sociology and social policy Cresa Pugh shares insights from her research on the lives of Rohingya Muslims, a minority group that has been pursecuted and displaced within Burma.Read More
May 4, 2018
The 2018 Harvard Horizons Scholars share their research on the Sanders Theatre stage.Read More
February 20, 2018
When Natasha Warikoo, PhD ’05, sociology, moved to the United Kingdom to teach at the... Read More
February 16, 2018
Victoria Hwang and Annie Stephenson use bird plumage as the inspiration for their work on structural color. It turns out that replicating some of nature's most impressive colors is actually pretty tricky.Read More
February 9, 2018
In this episode, PhD student Dakota McCoy, who studies Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, asks why birds of paradise evolved to have brightly colored feathers. Then she asks an even bigger question: Why did some of these brightly colored birds also develop super-black feathers?Read More
January 25, 2018
The new age of big data was supposed to make decisions easier, and in some ways it has. Data tells... Read More

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