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A coal burning power plant in Scottsdale, Arizona

Fine particle pollution, like that generated by coal-burning power plants, has been linked to increases in neurological disease.

Photograph by Michael Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images

Research

Hospitalizations for neurological disease rise with increases in fine particle pollution.

10.19.20

In a year like no other, read a selection of Harvard Magazine stories on the forces that will shape the presidential election outcome. 

10.29.20

A family celebrates Thanksgiving as coronavirus circulates unseen in the air around them.

Indoor gatherings increase the risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission.

Art by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; images by iStock

Seasonality and SARS-CoV-2

10.27.20

Caroline Buckee headshot over an orange background.

Caroline Buckee

Anonymized location data can help guide strategies for protecting public health in a pandemic.

10.26.20

Headshot portraits of: Pardis Sabeti, Dan Barouch, Paul Ridker, David Liu, Xiaowei Zhuang, Marc Lipsitch.

Clockwise from top left: Pardis Sabeti, Dan Barouch, Paul Ridker, David Liu, Xiaowei Zhuang, Marc Lipsitch

Image collage by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

More than a dozen Harvard faculty members are honored. 

10.22.20

Photograph of the cover of To Make Their Own Way in the World: The Enduring Legacy of the Zealy Daguerreotypes

Photograph by Fabrizio Amoroso/Aperture

Confronting “some of the most challenging images in the history of photography”

10.22.20

A coal burning power plant in Scottsdale, Arizona

Fine particle pollution, like that generated by coal-burning power plants, has been linked to increases in neurological disease.

Photograph by Michael Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images

Hospitalizations for neurological disease rise with increases in fine particle pollution.

10.19.20

Daniel Schrag and David Keith headshots over an orange background

Professors David Keith and Daniel Schrag

Some changes cannot be stopped, but reflecting sunlight back into space could slow their pace.

10.16.20

Scientific illustration of the SARS 2 virus over a backdrop of world currencies

 

Art by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; images by iStock and Unsplash 

Economic damage makes a compelling argument for robust federal policies to reduce the spread of SARS-CoV-2.

10.15.20