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U.S. map dotted with To Serve Better icons.

The collective effort

Harvard students, alumni, faculty, and staff from the nationwide ‘To Serve Better’ project reflect on how coronavirus is affecting their communities



A new study, co-authored by Felix Warneken, the John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Social Sciences, and Alexandra Rosati ’05, who will join Harvard’s Department of Human Evolutionary Biology as an assistant professor this summer, suggests that humans’ cognitive capacity for cooking is shared by chimpanzees.

Cooking up cognition

While chimps can’t make meals, they do understand basics of heating food, and appreciate it, study says



The Food+ Research Symposium, in conjunction with the Harvard Better Food Campaign, served as a platform for discussing the future of food as it relates to current infrastructure, technological innovations in science and agriculture, and global health and nutrition.

Focus on food

Twenty-two faculty deliver lightning lectures on research, realities involving what we eat