Harvard and Chinese scientists study Cambrian fossils using micro-CT and 3D models.
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The GenderSci Lab at Harvard finds that more men than women are dying of COVID-19.
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Emily Balskus has won the Alan T. Waterman Award, the National Science Foundation's most prestigious prize for scientists under 40 in the United States.
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A 20-year study of Kenyan schoolchildren who receive sustained treatment against common parasitic infections grow up to achieve a higher standard of living, with long-lasting health and economic benefits that extend to their communities.
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Childhood violence and trauma has a direct effect on a person’s mental and physical health as they grow, with certain kinds of trauma also affecting the pace of aging.
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Modeling study offers fresh insights into stealthy nature of coronavirus and how easily it jumps from person to person.
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In these volatile times, three Harvard professors share insights from their fields on how to handle uncertainty.
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Cassandra Extavour and Leo Blondel provide the strongest suggestive evidence yet that at least part of a specific gene came from bacterial genomes.
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As University facilities close, faculty and staff gather gear to pass along amid a nationwide shortage.
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In a new paper, Harvard researchers show for the first time that research-based online STEM demonstrations not only can teach students more, but can be just as effective as classroom teaching.
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