Harvard University

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Astronomy - Dec 7
The Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution (TEMPO) instrument, an Earth science space instrument that will measure air pollution over North America, has successfully completed development by Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp.
Astronomy - Nov 13

A new discovery reported in the Astrophysical Journal Letters might lay claim to title of the most unusual extreme class of astronomical object: very high energy (VHE) gamma-ray emitting, neutron star-massive star binary pairs.

Computer Science - Oct 25

Science, technology, math, and engineering (STEM) fields often notorious for a lack of diversity, but a Harvard panel discussion on Oct.

Sport Sciences - Oct 22

To most observers, a blistering, bruising basketball game is a contest of speed and athleticism. But to Dario Zarrabian and Nate Hollenberg, the sport is very much a numbers game.

Chemistry - Oct 18

For more than 15 years, the Chinese government has invested billions of dollars to clean up its deadly air pollution, focusing intensely on reducing emissions of sulfur dioxide from coal-burning power plants.

Computer Science - Oct 9

New faculty bring range of expertise from neuroscience to high-performance computing, atmospheric science, and materials science The Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) is welcoming five distinguished researchers to the ranks of its faculty.

Computer Science - Nov 2

The fourth annual HackHarvard challenged about 700 students from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences community and beyond to paint with bold strokes, this year's theme.

Earth Sciences - Oct 22

A research collaboration between Texas A&M University and Harvard University will receive $30 million from NASA's Earth Venture program to collect important atmospheric data from a high-altitude NASA aircraft.

Life Sciences - Oct 22

Keratin is a naturally occurring protein that anchors skin cells to one another and plays a crucial role in forming the epidermis.

Physics - Oct 10

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 > The researc

Life Sciences - Oct 3

The human arm can perform a wide range of extremely delicate and coordinated movements, from turning a key in a lock to gently stroking a puppy's fur.

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