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Kristine Guillaume becomes Harvard Crimson’s first black woman editor
Kristine Guillaume becomes Harvard Crimson’s first black woman editor
Come 2019, Harvard University’s The Crimson newspaper will have its first black female editor. 
Scientists push back against Harvard 'alien spacecraft' theory
Scientists push back against Harvard 'alien spacecraft' theory
A scientific paper led by two researchers at Harvard University made a splash this week by claiming that a cigar-shaped rock zooming through our...
Global warming reduces protein in key crops: study
Global warming reduces protein in key crops: study
Rising carbon dioxide levels from global warming will drastically reduce the amount of protein in staple crops like rice and wheat, leaving...
Bomb threat hoax leads police to Harvard University student
Bomb threat hoax leads police to Harvard University student
A Harvard University student was charged with making a false claim that bombs had been placed at up to four buildings on the school's campus in...
Pakistani girl shot by Taliban honoured at Harvard
Pakistani girl shot by Taliban honoured at Harvard
A Pakistani girl who survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban has been honoured as Harvard University's humanitarian of the year.
Hidden levers of science are set to become more accessible to all
Hidden levers of science are set to become more accessible to all
The enterprise we call "science" is probably the largest co-operative effort ever undertaken by humankind. It is the engine that in the...
Indian court throws out mobile licence mis-selling case
Indian court throws out mobile licence mis-selling case
An Indian court on Saturday threw out a petition to prosecute the country's powerful home minister in a massive corruption scandal over the alleged...
The business end of philanthropy
The business end of philanthropy
'Everything I ever did was about money. I left the army and spent the next 17 years helping to turn the world's largest independent marine services...
Tunisia embraces pragmatic Islam
Tunisia embraces pragmatic Islam
Sitting on a plush sofa in his vast office, flanked by the flags of Tunisia and his Islamist party, Rachid Ghannouchi, known by followers as "the...
Towards schooling that transforms
Towards schooling that transforms
For the past 30 years I have taught at some of the top universities in the United States -- Berkeley, Harvard and New York University. At none of...
Annual light comedy
Annual light comedy
Imagine that a newspaper decided to create a table ranking the world's cities. Is Moscow better than Sydney? Would Hong Kong squeeze in above...
Rich countries to cut emissions first – Harvard
Rich countries to cut emissions first – Harvard
Rich nations should make the first cuts in greenhouse gases while developing countries carry on business as usual for the time being, according to...

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