During the filming, the camera tips upward, revealing a sudden thicket of seabirds crying in the frigid air, frantic for a meal. “We saw those birds flying,” said Paravel, “and we wanted to fly with them.”
By Alvin Powell, Harvard News Office |April 19, 2007 |
Hairless, clawless, and largely weaponless, ancient humans used the unlikely combination of sweatiness and relentlessness to gain the upper hand over their faster, stronger, generally more dangerous animal prey, Harvard Anthropology Professor Daniel Lieberman said Thursday (April 12).
By Sue McGreevey, MGH Communications |January 21, 2011 |
Harvard researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital find that participating in an eight-week mindfulness meditation program appears to make measurable changes in brain regions associated with memory, sense of self, empathy, and stress.
They can’t take out the trash or do the dishes, but a recent Harvard Medical School study suggests that dogs — including those living with their owners in Harvard’s Houses — can have a very healthy influence on their fellow residents.