3 stories tagged ‘Ghana’
Public health resources in Africa have long been devoted to infectious diseases such as AIDS and malaria and, for women, reproductive health services. But while these services are vital, the health needs of a growing population of African women who are living longer are not being met, says Allan Hill, Andelot Professor of Demography at Harvard [...]
Rhythm research has implications for both audio engineering and neural clocks, said Holger Hennig, a postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Eric Heller in the Physics Department at Harvard, and first author of a study of the Ghanaian and other drummers in the journal Physics Today.
Harvard Africa Focus opens series of panels, lectures, and performances highlighting the continent’s life and culture.