In Focus is a curated examination of Harvard's research, scholarly work, and community.
Once simple cabinets of curiosity, museums have grown into institutes for preserving, studying, and displaying science, history, and art. Today, as culture-defining institutions, they are working to incorporate more voices and reckon with past practices.See full story
Dialogue Across Differences
The Harvard community is exploring what civil discourse is, why it’s important, and how we can foster it.
Research in 2023
We look back on the scholarship, breakthroughs, discoveries, and awards from the Harvard community in 2023.
Harvard experts are exploring planes, trains, and automobiles in their quest to innovate green travel, improve public transportation, and discover the future of getting from place to place.
The Harvard community is exploring the vital, early years to better understand how we can give all children the best start in life.
Harvard experts are exploring the past, present, and future of our global built environment through the lens of architecture.
Nobels at Harvard
Claudia Goldin is the latest winner to join a long history of Nobel laureates at Harvard.
Harvard in the World
The Harvard community’s work across the globe is a dazzling kaleidoscope of scholarship, advocacy, and empowerment.
Claudine Gay’s Inauguration
Join us in celebrating Harvard’s 30th president and explore nearly four centuries of leadership at the University.
Public Service, Public Good
Every day, Harvard students, faculty, staff, and alumni all across the globe use their time and talents to serve the public good.
Games are where work, play, and art meet. Harvard experts are exploring how playing games can help people develop practical skills, make tough decisions, and connect with others.
Microbes were the first forms of life on the planet, and the estimated five nonillion microbes living on Earth today still control most of the essential processes upon which all life depends.