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Putting a price on nature

October 10, 2013

Planting a forest to improve air quality may prove to be as cost-effective as expensive new pollution-control equipment, according to preliminary results from a novel experiment at a Texas chemical... Continue reading

The search for other Earths

October 10, 2013

Scientists at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) are among those drafting the target list for NASA’s next planet-finding telescope, the orbiting Transiting Exoplanet Survey... Continue reading

Let the challenges begin

October 10, 2013

President Drew Faust and Provost Alan M. Garber today announced the third President’s Challenge for entrepreneurship, renewing an invitation to all Harvard students and postdoctoral fellows to... Continue reading

It’s hip in the square

October 10, 2013

Style in Boston? You’d better believe it, says Kristen Uekermann. It was 2011, the year that GQ magazine dubbed Boston the least fashionable U.S. city, when Uekermann debuted The Boston... Continue reading

New test for Down syndrome

October 9, 2013

A new, noninvasive screening test for Down syndrome would allow some women with high-risk pregnancies to avoid amniocentesis and in the future may provide detection early enough for treatment to... Continue reading

The things they carried

October 9, 2013

We get close to long-dead great writers by reading the works they left behind. But there is another way, which can be just as electric and emotional: to see or touch or just be near artifacts from... Continue reading

Cabot Library, re-imagined

October 9, 2013

The Science Center atrium and Cabot Science Library, already filled with bustling undergraduates, will undergo a transformation to support learning and teaching for the digital age while more... Continue reading

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