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Illustration of human torso with affected organs highlighted

Illustration by Darrel Rees

Research

Researchers studying 95 million Medicare records find new fine-particle impacts in the blood, gut, skin, kidneys, and other organs.

2.7.20

A common plasticizer causes infertility, and fructose affects fat metabolism.

March-April 2020

Flanking a ballot box are a monarch on the left and a senator holding a book of law on the right.

Illustration by Phil Foster

The right to rule depends not only on the way power is gained, but how it is wielded.

March-April 2020

Illustration of human torso with affected organs highlighted

Illustration by Darrel Rees

Researchers studying 95 million Medicare records find new fine-particle impacts in the blood, gut, skin, kidneys, and other organs.

March-April 2020

Five Harvard deans sit on stage in a panel.

Five Harvard deans—Bridget Terry Long, Nitin Nohria, Claudine Gay, Douglas Elmendorf, and Michelle Williams—discuss the importance of education.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Graduate School of Education

At its centennial, the Harvard Graduate School of Education celebrates and looks ahead. 

1.31.20

An official Houghton envelope with the words: "Memorandum regarding Eliot Hale letters, instructions enclosed."

"I'd seen this thing sitting on a shelf in the vault for years," curator Leslie Morris says: the Houghton envelope containing a sealed envelope and instructions from T.S. Eliot. Image courtesy of Houghton Library/Harvard University

A bombshell letter from modernist poet T.S. Eliot, 50 years after his death

1.30.20

Harvard shield with the Latin word "veritas" meaning truth.

Friedman University Professor charged with lying about research ties to China

1.28.20

Chart showing a scale balancing workers on one side against a big bag of money on the other

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A Harvard Law School initiative calls for rewriting labor law “to shift power from corporations to workers.” 

1.23.20

Curtis McMullen's prints hang in the Science Center lobby

Curtis McMullen's prints hang in the Science Center lobby. 
Photograph by Drew Pendergrass

A Harvard mathematician’s “interwoven tapestries” help make the infinite visible.

1.21.20