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A new center aims to bring cutting-edge medicines “from laboratory to approved therapy.”
In 2017, then-Harvard president Drew Faust and Harvard Law School professor Annette Gordon-Reed unveiled a monument dedicated to people enslaved by law school benefactor Isaac Royall Jr.
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The president announces a $5-million initiative.
The exhibit's centerpiece re-creates the table setting of a formal dinner held for freshmen of the Harvard Class of 1913.
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.© President and Fellows of Harvard College.
“Resetting the Table,” a new exhibit at the Peabody Museum, examines American food traditions.
A social-science analysis of how Catholicism transformed Western culture
How to reform voting and elections in the United States to create a representative democracy
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Research in butterflies reveals how genes flow among species—and lead to tangled genetic trees
Legal scholars convened at Harvard Law School on Saturday, October 19 to discuss reform of the Electoral College.
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A conference at Harvard Law School focused on reform of the Electoral College
Professor Michael Kremer shares the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences with two scholars from MIT.