Christina Warinner says ancient dental plaque offers insights into diets, disease, dairying, and women’s roles of the period.
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Dakota McCoy, in collaboration with David Haig, led a group of researchers at Harvard studying the black spider and its ultrablack coat with microlenses that could lead to innovations in solar panels and sunglasses glare.
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Propelled by her viral short story, Harvard alumna Kristen Roupenian publishes her first collection, visits Cambridge.
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