December 16, 2019
Neuroscience PhD Jess Kanwal says that our brain’s ability to combine taste and smell is just one example of how our brains are able to mix and match senses – with very interesting results.Read More
December 11, 2019
When Jorge Wong, a PhD student in the classics, first moved to Cambridge, he lived by himself as his wife was a graduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles. Wong chose to stay in the GSAS residence halls because they... Read More
December 9, 2019
Ryan Truby has created bioinspired soft robots that can squish, stretch, and feel their way around the world — and they have the potential to change how we understand robotics.Read More
December 2, 2019
Emilie Josephs, a PhD student at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, is discovering that the way our brain processes vision is even more complex than scientists initially thought.Read More
November 26, 2019
GSAS has launched The Advising Project, which will focus on improving the advising experiences of all students.Read More
November 21, 2019
The latest books from GSAS alumni explore life after death, ponder the future of US supremacy in global politics, and celebrate an itinerant Jewish theatrical troupe.Read More
November 13, 2019
In 2015, the World Science Fiction Society faced a problem with the voting method for the Hugo Awards, a set of literary awards it presents annually for the best science fiction or fantasy works of the previous year. A subgroup of alt-right sci-fi... Read More
October 25, 2019
The latest books from GSAS alumni revisit the history of Nathan Hale and Moses Dunbar, take the long view on reproductive health, and dive into Japan's post-war "identity crisis."Read More
October 24, 2019
Data scientist will speak about accountable algorithms and what academic institutions can do to mitigate harm.Read More
October 17, 2019
Emilie Josephs studies how the brain processes small-scale, reachable spaces in which we perform most of our everyday tasks.Read More