Harvard University

Harvard University  
Computer Science - Sep 24
For many Ethiopian high school students seeking an interesting and rewarding career, computer science doesn't appear on their radar. High-achieving students in this developing nation of more than 100 million often pursue medicine or engineering, said Jelani Nelson , an Ethiopian-American and John L. Loeb Associate Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Physics - Sep 24

Conventional lithium niobite modulators, the longtime workhorse of the optoelectronic industry, may soon go the way of the vacuum tube and floppy disc.

Mechanical Engineering - Sep 18

Fully wearable soft exosuit with automatic tuning helps users save energy and walk outside over difficult terrain  Multi-joint Personalized Soft Exosuit Breaks New Ground from Wyss Institute on Vimeo.

Physics - Sep 6

Prineha Narang , Assistant Professor of Computational Materials Science at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) has been named among the 2018 Class of Azrieli Global Scholars by the Canadian Institute For Advanced Research (CIFAR).

Environment - Sep 4

In Madre del Dios, a remote region deep in the Peruvian rainforest, deforestation and mercury pollution from illegal gold mining threaten the health of the ecosystem and the local population.

Life Sciences - Sep 21

A pre-veterinary student used drones to study beaver dams in Montana. A senior majoring in chemical engineering researched how to make nontoxic batteries.

Medicine - Sep 13

As the son of anti-apartheid activists in South Africa, Joe Kahn learned about the importance of service to others from an early age.

Physics - Sep 6

Federico Capasso , the Robert L. Wallace Professor of Applied Physics and Vinton Hayes Senior Research Fellow in Electrical Engineering at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engine

Music - Aug 31

Highlights: > Harvard University researchers have developed a new printing technology that uses sound waves to control the size of liquid droplets independent of fluid viscosity > This approa

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