The recent disaster at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant in Japan is a “decision moment” for the nuclear power community, according to Associate Professor of Public Policy at Kennedy School of Government Matthew Bunn.
Harvard announced that it will sponsor five bike stations in Allston and Longwood as part of Boston’s “Hubway” bike sharing program, which officials said will launch this summer.
Back at the Law School after a nine month stint in the Obama administration, Tribe is planning to teach a seminar at the Law School in the fall.
Over thousands of years of eating and evolving, humans have developed the ability to learn to avoid the foods that make them sick. This capacity, to know better than to eat another piece of that cheese that kept you awake last night with a stomach ache, is not a uniquely human trait though. In fact, according to a recent Harvard study, even one-millimeter-long worms can also develop food aversions.
Nicholas P. Negroponte, the driving force behind One Laptop Per Child—the non-profit organization that provides low-cost laptops to children around the globe—recalled the entrepreneurial obstacles he faced despite his philanthropic mission.
Two Harvard students who have developed a technology that connects Indian health care providers and patients via a text message ...
Dozens of Harvard student startup ideas—including a program to track news articles written about friends and a website that helps student filmmakers to gain exposure—were on display last night.
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