Gene scan of Alzheimer’s families identifies four new suspect genes
Paul Zofnass ’69, M.B.A. ’73 establishes GSD sustainability initiative
Houghton joins with libraries nationwide to celebrate artists’ retreat
The Nobel for literature: An insider’s view
Effects of climate change vary greatly across plant families
10 ways to help
Women have national title hopes
Police reports
Mortimer John Buckley
Goldstone to receive MacArthur for international justice work
Men’s hockey draws high preseason expectations
Korea Institute announces postdoctoral fellows for 2008-09
Green politics at IOP
IOP survey finds concerns over economy skyrocket
Health disparities in Boston focus of talk at HSPH Community Partnership Day
In survey, patients give some high, some low marks to hospitals
Status of women in academe assessed
HKS presents awards to 10 tribal governments
This month in Harvard history
Obama voters much more likely to believe outcome will impact health care
Distinguished mathematician Andrew Gleason dies at 86
‘Gen Ed’ connects students to outside world
Fall commences motley fete
Call for Holyoke Center artists
Home buying seminar Nov. 6
Day of the Dead celebration
Dunster House calls for soloists
Financial resources forum set
Researchers gain ground in treatment options for disfiguring tumor
New Guinea forest expands ‘observatory’
Lecture ‘Can’t you see I’m busy’ addresses ‘interruption management’
Solar system’s twin has two asteroid belts
Electoral expert will be CBS pundit
Twelve new Administrative Fellows announced for 2008-09
Records dating back to Thoreau show some sharp shifts in plant flowering near Walden Pond
Solar system’s young twin has two asteroid belts
Gore: Universities have important role in sustainability
Kuwait Program Research Fund accepting proposals
Joseph J. Schildkraut
Gene therapy restores vision to mice with retinal degeneration
Global ‘chump change’ could provide biodiversity protection
GSD lecture and panel address ‘Designing for Sustainability’
‘Death protein’ may lead to drugs that force cancer cells to self-destruct
Men’s soccer keep winning, unbeaten in Ivies
Celebration honors faculty and staff for 25 years of service to the University
Harvard Art Museum receives major gift from Emily Rauh Pulitzer
John U. Monro portrait is unveiled at PBH
Police reports
Genome Project releases data on 10 genetic pioneers
Researchers identify promising gene target for neuroblastoma therapy