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Harvard students and alumnae are working with the Science Club for Girls to help inspire the next generation of scientists
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Can a single vote make a difference? Harvard students and faculty know the power of one vote.
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When humans age, they tend to favor small circles of meaningful, established friendships. These behaviors were thought to be unique to humans, but it turns out chimpanzees, one of our closest living relatives, have these traits, too.
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“On any day, I may walk past 50 different people on my way to get coffee. I stick to my testing schedule for those people. With regular testing, I can be confident that I am not bringing extra risk into their lives or the lives of their loved ones.” - Tyler LeComer,
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Harvard University Oct 26
The experimental medication for ALS has the potential to prolong patient survival
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Harvard University Oct 25
How does contact tracing, which helps protect the community and break the chain of infection, work?
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Harvard University Oct 25
“Chris leaves quite a legacy of his documentary photography, which is known internationally, but also he has a legacy of students who were devoted to him and discovered photography through their studies with him.”
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Harvard University Oct 25
Vivekae Kim and Meena Venkataramanan created “Stories from the Border,” which explores migration from a variety of perspectives, with articles, a newsletter, interactive maps, photo essays, and a podcast.
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Harvard University Oct 24
Time named former Professor Jessica Meir among its 100 most influential people
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Harvard University Oct 24
The study shows what’s believed to be the first evidence of nonhuman animals deliberately selecting who they socialize with during aging
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Harvard University Oct 24
Working toward their PhDs at , Ayana Henderson, Tiara Lacey, and Isla Bastille discuss their research and their lifelong love of science:
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Harvard University Oct 24
Lullabies - in any language - help infants to relax, new research shows
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Harvard University Oct 24
“This is one of the first studies to show effect on both function and survival. We are hopeful that this is just the beginning of many new treatments for ALS.”
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Harvard University Oct 23
As rules differ by state, this timeline breaks down when each state can start processing advance ballots
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Harvard University Oct 23
New Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Sherri Charleston talks about her first months on the job
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Harvard University Oct 23
Pastor Mel Kawakami,  alum, was pastor of the Newtown United Methodist Church in Sandy Hook, CT, when the town became the site of the deadliest mass shooting at a primary school in U.S. history.
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Harvard University Oct 23
“I wear a mask because I don’t know who I will see on campus and in our community and I don’t know their stories. Who are they caring for at home? What health conditions do they, or their friends and family, have that put them at high risk?” -  Prof Huckman
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Harvard University Oct 23
How does wearing a mask help keep you and others safe?
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Harvard University Oct 23
With a presidential election and issues that impact the daily lives of young people at stake, how can educators ensure that students become engaged, informed citizens?
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Harvard University Oct 22
Planning to watch tonight's debate? Harvard experts offer advice for the candidates.
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