PhD candidate in Government, Mitsuru Mukaigawara, discusses his ongoing research, ways that health inequities can ignite or intensify conflict, and the Harvard mentors who have supported his interdisciplinary work.
As a PhD candidate in chemistry at Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) Kerr is working on an alternative battery technology—redox flow—that makes use of pumped liquid electrolytes to store energy.
PhD candidate Ju Chulakadabba on MethaneSAT —a project that uses satellite technology to measure and locate methane emissions from oil and gas operations around the world—and how the data it generates will allow countries to identify, manage, and ultimately reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, a critical goal in the fight against global warming.
Larissa Zhou envisions a future where people don’t just survive in space, they thrive—with hot delicious food to sustain them. As a PhD candidate in materials science and mechanical engineering at Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS...
What does it mean to be a human in a world that's dominated by science and technology—and in a universe in which we might not be alone? With the advancement of observational technology—for instance, the new James Webb...
In this episode of the Harvard Horizons podcast, PhD student Nicolò Foppiani asks whether the "sterile neutrino" exists and whether it could explain one of the greatest mysteries in astrophysics: the source of dark matter.
In this Harvard Horizons presentation, Harvard University PhD student Harry Won describes a new approach to treating tuberculosis: by targeting and destroying critical parts of TB’s cellular “machine.”