Posts Tagged ‘Harvard University’

High flying Hi-def

High flying Hi-def

A 103″ plasma television goes up, up and away during a special delivery to the Harvard School of Public Health.


Harvard’s Reach – Reaching Harvard

Harvard's Reach - Reaching Harvard

Harvard’s first female president feels a special connection with schoolgirls around the globe looking for inspiration.


Digging veritas

Digging veritas

Archaeology students may have turned the corner on re-discovering an original, 17th-century Harvard Yard structure.


Harvard President visits Africa

Harvard President visits Africa

For the first time, a sitting president of Harvard University visits the continent of Africa.


Harvard Stem Cell Institute

Harvard Stem Cell Institute

Five years after harnessing some of the leading stem cell researchers in the field, what progress has been made?


Stem Cells: Mending a broken heart?

Stem Cells: Mending a broken heart?

Harvard researchers explain a new method for growing healthy cardiac muscle which could eventually serve as an alternative to heart transplantation.


Cambridge to Capitol Hill

Cambridge to Capitol Hill

Views of Harvard University students engaging in public service.


2009 – Year of Improvisation

2009 - Year of Improvisation

Harvard President Drew Faust encourages graduates to embrace creativity as they enter a world of unforeseen changes.


Faces of the Future

Faces of the Future

Eight accomplished Harvard graduates describe their passions and where their journeys lead next.


Election 2008- Harvard reacts

Election 2008- Harvard reacts

Harvard Yard explodes following the 2008 Presidential election.


South Africa: Edendale Hospital, Durban

South Africa: Edendale Hospital, Durban

Many experts say the HIV infection rate in Kwazulu Natal is as high as 50%. Edendale Hospital sees some of the sickest patients in the region, including those fighting both HIV and TB.