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Research

Harvard’s Dan Barouch finds long-term Zika vaccine efficacy varies by delivery method.

12.13.17

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Infographic by Carla Schaffer / AAAS

Harvard’s Dan Barouch finds long-term Zika vaccine efficacy varies by delivery method.

12.13.17

Bryan Stevenson

Photograph by Tia Chapman

“I don’t think slavery ended in 1865 I think it just evolved. I think it turned into decades of terrorism and violence and lynching.”

12.13.17

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A doctor’s take on the destruction of medicine

January-February 2018

Norbert “Nubbins” Wiener, shown here in boyhood, was 14 when he matriculated at Harvard in 1909.

Photograph courtesy of the MIT Museum

Parents and superkids, then and now

 

January-February 2018

Fred Moten
Photograph by Robert Adam Mayer

Fred Moten’s subversive black-studies scholarship

January-February 2018

Cones of the Chinese hemlock, Tsuga chinensis
Photograph by Wang Kang

 

The Chinese variety resists a pest devastating North American trees.

January-February 2018

The Arnold Arboretum’s Michael Dosmann with a Rodgersia leaf and plumes of Astilbe grandis
Photograph by Jonathan Shaw

The hunt for rare plants in China

 

January-February 2018

Samuel Huntington

Photograph by Jon Chase/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

A memorial minute on the eminent political scientist

January-February 2018