by Austin Valido The human body is crowded. From the surface of our skin to the depths of our intestines, we are inundated with microscopic bacterium that aid with everything […]
by Alissa Zhang Are you a fan of post-apocalyptic movies? Have you watched The Day After Tomorrow? I Am Legend? Or Contagion? Sometimes, real life is almost as strange as […]
by Julia Canick Meet 12-year-old Kali Hardig. Until recently, Kali was an average girl, and certainly no medical marvel. But that all changed in July 2013, when she became the […]
by Alex Zapien While we comfortably spend our days doing work, going outside, and even watching Netflix, history is currently being made; the astronomical frontier of human exploration is being […]
Check out our Spring 2015 issue on Emerging Technologies! Articles are posted individually as blog posts, and the issue is available in full on our Archives page. Print issues will be available on Harvard’s campus in Fall 2015!
by Caitlin Andrews When we think of field biologists, most of us imagine scientists trekking through uncharted rainforests or across endless savannas, armed with only a notebook and a pair […]
by Jennifer Walsh Every human grows from a single-celled embryo that contains an entire genome of determinants for what this embryo will become. For each one of us, this single […]