They have written for and produced some of the most successful and acclaimed television shows in recent years, but Greg Daniels ’85 and Robert Carlock ’95 didn’t come to Harvard with the intention... Continue reading
Lucy Forster-Smith majored in philosophy and theology while in college, but she also studied music and voice and dreamed of one day standing on a podium leading a large musical ensemble.
“I... Continue reading
Edward O. Wilson, the Pellegrino University Professor, Emeritus, was awarded the Franklin Founders Award earlier this month during an all-day celebration of Benjamin Franklin’s scientific ... Continue reading
Wynton Marsalis will conclude his six-lecture series at Sanders Theatre on Jan. 30 with a lecture performance focusing on New Orleans and the birth of jazz. Currently the managing and artistic... Continue reading
A landmark study across many cancer types reveals that the universe of cancer mutations is much bigger than previously thought. By analyzing the genomes of thousands of patients’ tumors, a Broad... Continue reading
It’s a tight fit, so it’s tough to get in and out without getting covered with dust.
That’s the point, of course, if not to the bees crawling in search of nectar, then at least to the Salvia... Continue reading
The average life expectancy in the United States has fallen behind that of other industrialized nations as the American income gap has widened. In addition, better health habits, including those... Continue reading
PETERSHAM, Mass. — In heavily wooded New England, forests are dynamic ecosystems that support a range of plants and animals, and their ability to soak up carbon also makes them an important piece of... Continue reading
A century and a half ago, Maine’s northern woods were a bit wilder.
The logging roads crisscrossing the region had yet to be cut, and the state’s highest mountain, 5,269-foot Katahdin, was... Continue reading