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Brewery fit for a king

Excavation unearths largest ancient Egyptian facility ever found, one whose industrial scale hints at monarch’s power

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Carole Hooven and Dan Gilbert.

How a hormone affects society

Testosterone plays major role in male aggressiveness, violence, evolutionary biologist says

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Jumping spider.

Living proof

Harvard study shows that jumping spiders can identify biological motion

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Mark 1.

Mark I, rebooted

‘Progenetrix’ computer moves to its new home at Science and Engineering Complex in Allston after a pandemic delay

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Wildfires.

What exactly is a ‘fire tornado’?

Researcher Loretta Mickley discusses climate change, effects of forest management, and the rise and future of massive wildfires in West

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Illustration of person using computer.

Humanizing technology

New Harvard lab will work to ensure tech serves the public interest

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Mayall 4m Telescope.

Charting the universe

Nearly 40 years after creating the first, iconic map of the universe, researchers aim for the largest map ever

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Intestinal microbiome.

A gut feeling

Scientists link genetic makeup of bacteria in the human gut to several human diseases

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Zebrafish embryo.

Not so black and white

Harvard researchers identify mechanism with therapeutic potential for anemia by studying zebrafish

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