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Friday January 30, 2015 marked the end of an era—the last ever paper study card day at Harvard. Each semester, roughly 10,000 printed study cards are manually entered into Harvard's system. Study card day is an all hands on deck operation...
More than 70 percent of pollen and honey samples collected from foraging bees in Massachusetts contain at least one neonicotinoid , a class of pesticide that has been implicated in Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), in which adult bees abandon their...
Harvard's Office for Sustainability and the Built Environment & Health Student Consortium at the Harvard T.H. Chan School recently sponsored the Re(Design) Innovation Challenge , a case competition asking student teams to submit redesigns of a...
Here at Harvard, we love our technology and devices. It enables so much of what we do—from enhancing the classroom experience, to enabling cutting edge research, to supporting day-to-day operations and the residential experience. But our...
In an ever evolving technological world, the proliferation of electronic goods presents a unique challenge for waste management. When computers, tablets or smartphones are disposed, these “e-waste” materials can contain extractable,...