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Articles: Research

Stephen Treaster

Stephen Treaster

Photograph by Michael Goderre, Photographer, Boston Children’s Hospital

Research

A genetic analysis of long-lived species of rockfish has led to fresh insights into human longevity, and a previously unappreciated pathway governing lifespan.

1.19.23

Senator Elizabeth Warren

Senator Elizabeth Warren emphasized that workers are making important wins, but corporations are still union busting.

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine 

New Harvard Law center focuses on unionization and equitable labor law

1.25.23

Emily Channell-Justice and former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch in conversation at Thursday's event

Moderator Emily Channell-Justice (left) with retired ambassador Marie Yovanovitch

Screenshot by Harvard Magazine

A former ambassador to Ukraine offers her perspective on the conflict

1.20.23

Stephen Treaster

Stephen Treaster

Photograph by Michael Goderre, Photographer, Boston Children’s Hospital

A genetic analysis of long-lived species of rockfish has led to fresh insights into human longevity, and a previously unappreciated pathway governing lifespan.

1.19.23

ExxonMobil scientists' projections of global warming were at least as good as those of government and academic scientists in the period from 1977 to 2003.

Photomontage illustration by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; photographs by Unsplash

What fossil fuel interests knew about climate change, and when

1.12.23

A paper ripped down the middle: on left, a college graduate looks over their shoulder; on right, an employer with a briefcase walks in the opposite direction

Study quantifies the disconnect between community college educators and employers 

Photomontage illustration by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine; images by Unsplash

Educators and employers aren't collaborating well—and what to do about it

12.12.22

Karin Oberg

Karin Öberg
Photograph by Stu Rosner

This astrochemist studies the chemical antecedents of life in the universe.

January-February 2023

Arthur Brooks stands behind a chair in his office, smiling

Arthur Brooks

Photograph by Jim Harrison

Arthur Brooks moved beyond policy—to something deeper.

January-February 2023

Illustration of book like a sinking ship, emblematic of problems in the humanities

Illustration by Dave Cutler

What is lost in the precipitous decline of the arts and humanities

January-February 2023