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Environmental health scientist and instructor Gary Adamkiewicz tells us what to watch out for in our foods.

Light bulbs, hand-dryers, or chilled- and hot- water pumps rarely evoke dedicated interest or enthusiasm, but for Harvard’s building managers and facility leaders the energy and cost savings these technologies can deliver tend to inspire such...
Getting your bike stolen is angering and frustrating. But, as Harvard Graduate School of Design student Lulu Li discovered the hard way, it can also be a very lonely experience. Li developed the website Bikenapped in 2012 while enrolled in the M...

We asked two Harvard bicyclist commuters, from the Harvard and Longwood campuses, to share their top ten tips on how to commute to work safely and efficiently. 

Recent efforts to make healthy eating a default choice include making nutrition education more accessible to children and adults, incentivizing the purchase and consumption of

Universities play a vital role in supporting research and educating students to understand how chemistry and chemical design can affect health and sustainability. On Thursday, April 16, 2015 the FAS Green Program and the Department of Chemistry and...
In its fourth year, Harvard's President’s Challenge brings “together talented people from across the University and supports their efforts to address the world’s most pressing challenges.” For Jason Munster, a doctoral...
Here is a case where the saying “what you don’t know won’t hurt you” is wrong. Flame retardant chemicals are added to furniture and electronics to meet flammability standards in cities and states across the nation. However,...