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Cities july 6, 2016

PSFK Launches The Innovation Debrief: Boston

New report spotlights innovation happening in “The Hub,” with a focus on the retail, health, education, civic and startups sectors

Technology june 3, 2016

Breathable Film Acts As A Second Skin

Researchers created a fake skin that aids in the healing process and reduces wrinkles

Education may 23, 2016

‘Startup Studio’ Puts Graduates On The Path To Entrepreneurship

Harvard Business School has launched a studio in New York City to help HBS alumni develop new ventures

Technology may 20, 2016

A Robot Could Be The Best Instructor To Teach You How To Code

A Harvard team created a device designed to teach young kids how to code

Work may 16, 2016

How Playing Videogames Could Help You Find Your Perfect Job

A new company aims to discover talent by examining players' in-game actions

Culture october 27, 2014

Harvard’s Online Neuroscience Course Educates with Enticing Animation

Engaging videos make fundamentals of neuroscience fun

[Insight] Weak ties make LinkedIn networking less valuable, says Harvard Business Review
Innovation july 21, 2014

Harvard Students Invent Chef-Approved Cake in a Can

Hungry students combine convenience and taste with their ingenious aerosol cake dispenser

Innovation may 7, 2014

Plastics Made Out Of Shrimp Are 100% Biodegradable

Harvard researchers have created a new type of manufacturing material that serves as a sustainable alternative.

Culture september 24, 2013

9 Stories You Need To Know Today

Netflix wins first primetime Emmy, NYPD promotes iOS 7 and no tuition at Harvard.

Design june 21, 2013

Miniscule 3D Printed Battery Can Power Compact Electronics

World’s first power source of its kind is as small as a grain of sand.

Innovation may 17, 2013

Protein Could Keep Ageing Hearts Beating Longer

Researchers at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute have found a way to rejuvenate the old muscles with young blood.

Culture april 25, 2013

3D Printed Paintings For The Blind

A new way to make art more accessible for the visually impaired.

Online courses open doors for teenagers
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