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There's a catch, however: I'm unable to tell you what that insight is. Neither I, nor any of my professional physicist friends, have the faintest clue.
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Generating "new knowledge" will be a driving principle in Harvard University 's fundraising drive that will formally start in September, President Drew Faust said.
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Dr. Michael Pollak has been awarded the 2012 O. Harold Warwick Prize by the Canadian Cancer Society.
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In a story May 22, The Associated Press reported 72 percent of Harvard University's student body voted in favor of the school's endowment divesting from fossil fuel companies.
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The woman at the center of the sex scandal that led to David Petraeus' resignation from the CIA has spoken publicly for the first time about the affair and apologized for the "harm" she caused to the families involved.
A study published by Cell Press in the May 23 issue of Chemistry & Biology reveals a new genomic approach to screen for compounds that could inhibit tumor growth by causing cancer cells to differentiate, or convert from immature cells to more specialized cell types.
A soft-spoken, virtually unknown mathematician from the University of New Hampshire has found himself overnight a minor celebrity, flooded with requests to give talks at top universities as his work is debated and celebrated online by leaders in his field.
President Obama has failed to live up to his "transformational" image crafted in the 2008 campaign, winning a lukewarm "meh" from influential scholar Joseph S. Nye Jr., former dean of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
The electric dipole moments, shown as arrows, of these two enantiomers of 1,2-propanediol are alike in all but one respect: The dipole moments along the C -axis point in opposite directions.
THE first woman to run Oxford's world-famous Bodleian Libraries in 400 years will leave her position this summer.
Work for the scooter prototype has been going on for months and this month the Kettering group showed it off to faculty and student at Harvard University and MIT.
An associate professor of finance, Bergstresser teaches classes in fixed income securities, corporate financial engineering and venture capital.
This is a gallery of tiny 'nanoflowers' grown on the surface of pennies and glass by engineers at Harvard University.
Brian Krzanich is either having a really good month or a really bad month, depending on how career success is defined.
The same cannot be said for the more than 1,200 Harvard students and 23 campus groups smearing Richwine's work as "racist" and petitioning Harvard to repudiate it .