June 13, 2013
Two of Harvard’s most astute China observers assess the prospects and limitations of a rapidly growing superpower A wife is jailed for poisoning a business acquaintance, a man with whom her family was enmeshed in shadowy, lucrative financial schemes...
March 11, 2013
Watching the history of the universe — and tracing our cosmic roots — with unprecedented precision And so the race is on to build the largest optical telescope in the world, with three projects vying to raise enough money to build their design...
March 11, 2013
An autism expert moves from diagnosis to “what happens next”. Q+A ID name: Catherine Lord, PhD ’76 field of study: Psychology today: Center for Autism and the Developing Brain, White Plains, NY “My goal is nothing short of transforming the way...
June 29, 2012
When more than 300 alumni of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences returned to campus on April 14, 2012, for Alumni Day, that annual rite of spring, the intellectual fare on offer was — as ever — challenging and ambitious. If the seven Harvard...

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