This bioinspired coating for medical devices repels blood and bacteria. Learn more.
The relief in Pinalito is palpable. The water is clean again. Read the story here.
Take our virtual tour and get to see more of Harvard College than ever before including the interiors of dorms, libraries and classrooms! Check it out at http://college.harvard.edu/virtualtour, or download the app for your iPhone or Android.
Cherry A. Murray, Dean of the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), is to receive the National Medal of Technology and Innovation, the White House announced today.
The National Medal of Technology and Innovation and the National Medal of Science are the United States’ highest honors for achievement and leadership in the advancement of science and technology. Recipients of the National Medal of Technology and Innovation are leaders who have made lasting contributions to America’s competitiveness and quality of life and who have helped strengthen the Nation’s technological workforce.
“These scholars and innovators have expanded our understanding of the world, made invaluable contributions to their fields, and helped improve countless lives,” President Barack Obama said in a statement. “Our nation has been enriched by their achievements, and by all the scientists and technologists across America dedicated to discovery, inquiry, and invention.”
|—||Walter Isaacson, author of “The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution” in a wide-ranging Q&A with the Harvard Gazette.|
Bioengineers at Harvard have reproduced asthma—and treated it—on a chip. Learn more.
Do it yourself! Our new open-access Soft Robotics Toolkit features everything a robot-maker needs.
|—||For electronics beyond silicon, a new contender emerges|
CS50 is now the most popular course at Harvard College, with 12% of undergrads enrolled this fall. See why.
This soft, squishy robot can survive fire and ice. Click through to read about it and watch it in action.