Gene variation may elevate risk of liver tumor in patients with cirrhosis
Turning on cells with magnetic switches
Harvard researchers achieve stem cell milestone
Sulfur dioxide may have helped maintain a warm early Mars
Microchip-based device can detect rare tumor cells in bloodstream
Living in disadvantaged neighborhood equivalent to missing a year of school
Discovery of a key molecular switch regulating cancer stem cells
Cabaret lecture, satirical chansons
French history is taught, sung in ‘cabaret lecture’
New survey of public attitudes on cold and cough medications for children
Researchers discover second light-sensing system in human eye
Chimps in wild appear not to regularly experience menopause
Beyond early admissions
Brandt appointed dean of Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Female lower back has evolved to accommodate strain of pregnancy
Harvard announces sweeping middle-income initiative
Transitivity, the orbitofrontal cortex, and neuroeconomics
From neuroscience to childhood policy
Chute on graphic narratives — they’re not just comic books anymore
This month in Harvard history
Police reports
In Brief
Emerald walks, Sox tickets up for bid at auction
Robert Dorwart
Classicist, Loeb Library trustee Stewart dies at 86
‘The diverse ways history can be written’
Donald Pfister chosen as new dean of Harvard Summer School
David Maybury-Lewis, eminent anthropologist and scholar, 78
Sports Briefs
Flu vaccinations offered
Bonsai collection highlights age, beauty
Seabed microbe study leads to low-cost power, light for the poor
Newly discovered type of cell death may end up inhibiting tumor growth
Slow reading in dyslexia is tied to disorganized brain tracts
Blood stem cell’s roles could help clarify pathogenesis
Brain systems less coordinated with age
Increasing growth hormone release reduces abdominal fat
Phi Beta Kappa elects 48 seniors
CPL honors Yacoobi with 2007 Gleitsman Award
Gift to KSG to help advance social justice
The importance of early education
Scholar uses Singer sewing machine to parse cultural, economic development
IOP national poll finds youth favor Giuliani, Obama
Young global leaders unite at Kennedy School in mini-United Nations
Gorbachev calls for new move to eliminate nukes
Galbreth ’08 named Marshall Scholar
Talent scouts
Even in healthy elderly, brain systems become less coordinated