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Harvard Art Museums exhibition explores the American military’s effect on its homeland.

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Namwali Serpell speaking on video chat from her office

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The acclaimed author and English professor will explore mourning and reunion in The Furrows: An Elegy.

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Our latest work on the potential of synthetic biology 

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How far is up in a year of robust investment returns? The University of Virginia’s report is suggestive.

9.14.21 | Harvard finances
Students gather on the grass in Harvard yard

Harvard Yard  

Photograph by Meena Venkataramanan

A recent graduate visits Harvard during a semi-normal semester

9.13.21 | Harvard College
Jim Stock, new vice provost for climate and sustainability

James Stock, newly appointed vice provost for climate and sustainability

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(1 of 2) In mice, a lab-evolved vector for delivering a gene therapy (MyoAAV, indicated by the presence of green fluorescent protein) selectively targets muscle (depicted whole, top, and in cross-section, above right) dramatically better than commonly used, naturally-occurring viral vectors (above left and center). 

Image courtesy of the Pardis Sabeti Lab and Cell/DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2021.08.028

A uniquely interdisciplinary lab has developed a new technique to deliver targeted gene therapies.

9.9.21 | News

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Will Wilson, Diné, "Auto Immune Response: Confluence of Three Generations," 2015.

Will Wilson, Diné (b. San Francisco 1969), "Auto Immune Response: Confluence of Three Generations," 2015. 

Harvard Art Museums, Richard and Ronay Menschel Fund for the Acquisition of Photographs, 2021.19. © Will Wilson; image courtesy of the artist.

Harvard Art Museums exhibition explores the American military’s effect on its homeland.

9.17.21 | Arts
Namwali Serpell speaking on video chat from her office

Namwali Serpell
Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

The acclaimed author and English professor will explore mourning and reunion in The Furrows: An Elegy.

9.16.21 | Arts

Our latest work on the potential of synthetic biology 

9.16.21 | The Context
Chart of financial markets

 

Photograph by Unsplash 

How far is up in a year of robust investment returns? The University of Virginia’s report is suggestive.

9.14.21 | Harvard finances
Students gather on the grass in Harvard yard

Harvard Yard  

Photograph by Meena Venkataramanan

A recent graduate visits Harvard during a semi-normal semester

9.13.21 | Harvard College
Jim Stock, new vice provost for climate and sustainability

James Stock, newly appointed vice provost for climate and sustainability

Photograph by Stu Rosner

A summary of current work—and an important new appointment

9.9.21 | News

Click on image to enlarge
(1 of 2) In mice, a lab-evolved vector for delivering a gene therapy (MyoAAV, indicated by the presence of green fluorescent protein) selectively targets muscle (depicted whole, top, and in cross-section, above right) dramatically better than commonly used, naturally-occurring viral vectors (above left and center). 

Image courtesy of the Pardis Sabeti Lab and Cell/DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2021.08.028

A uniquely interdisciplinary lab has developed a new technique to deliver targeted gene therapies.

9.9.21 | News

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