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Building scale in biomedical informatics
A theorist explores the limits to shrinking datasets.
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SHARIASource—“Google-like aspirations” for an online resource on Islamic law
Climate change, divestment, the honor code, Olympics, fundraising, MOOCs, and more
Along with fixing up the old things, something new for Winthrop House
Deval Patrick at Commencement, College admissions—and $60,000 term bills, public-affairs VP, and more University news
Harvard students find that not being connected is not really an option, but still…
After a rollercoaster season, and another Ivy crown, whither men’s basketball?
Charley Butt succeeds the legendary Harry Parker as Harvard's heavyweight men's crew coach.
Strong hockey seasons end in the NCAA tournaments.
Montage Books, creative arts, performance and more
Janet Echelman’s urban sculptures take to the skies.
A young composer, finding his next notes
Recent books with Harvard connections
Kavita Shah makes music in many idioms.
Harvard Squared What to do in Boston, Cambridge and beyond
Bauhaus-inspired architects built their domestic visions in Lexington and on Cape Cod.
Sculptor Patrick Dougherty builds his latest fanciful structures on Boston's North Shore.
Visitors may explore more than 30 urban green spaces during the South End Garden Tour 2015.