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The "smart" white cane developed by electrical engineering concentrator Jessica Lam, S.B. '16, uses ultrasonic sensors and vibrations to alert visually impaired individuals to nearby obstacles at knee and head level. Read more: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

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Students showcased their creativity, culinary skills, and scientific knowledge during the annual Science and Cooking Fair. From freeze-dried avocados (top), to tea inspired by a lava lamp (bottom left), to vegan caramel (bottom right), the projects on display this year were limited only by students' imaginations (and the principles of physics and soft matter science, of course.) Learn more...
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Harvard undergrads Cecilia Laguarda, A.B. '17, a human evolutionary biology concentrator (left) and Karen Chee, A.B. '17, a history and literature concentrator, display the 'Butterbeer' they created for their final project in "Science and Cooking." The warm, fermented drink, which pays homage to the Harry Potter book series, has a butterscotch flavor and is topped with a milk foam. See more...
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How can some bugs walk on water? What can we learn about a soap bubble? How can we make oil and water mix? Find out, at the annual SEAS Holiday Lecture on Sunday, Dec. 18. Registration for this free, family-friendly community program is now open: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Holiday Science Lecture at SEAS

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Start your week off with some science! Read the latest Newswire for stories about large-scale metamaterials with structural color, genetically modified bacteria that can clean up ocean pollution, human health risks from hydroelectric projects, and more: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Harvard SEAS Newswire

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Have you ever wondered about the scientific principles that are involved in the trendiest culinary techniques? Check out the free online version of the popular Harvard College course, "Science and Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science," which is now open for enrollment through HarvardX: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Science & Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science (part 1)

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Read about outer space entrepreneurship, teaching kids to code, Trump's impact on energy, and more in the latest SEAS Alumni eNews: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Harvard SEAS Alumni eNews November, 2016

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How is access to copious streams of data and powerful computing resources transforming our understanding of economic activity? Find out at the Jan. 19 Symposium on the Future of Computation in Science and Engineering (registration is now open!): [ Hvrd.me Link ]

SYMPOSIUM ON THE FUTURE OF COMPUTATION IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

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Harvard student Phillip Ramirez, A.B. '18, a government concentrator, plays his team's glass bottle xylophone during the Applied Physics 50 Symphosium. Add HarvardSEAS on Snapchat (username: harvardseas) to see more photos and videos from this fun and festive student project fair: [ Snapchat.com Link ]
Space entrepreneur Dan Nevius, S.B. '11, is preparing to launch an in-orbit "mobile hot spot" to improve satellite connectivity: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Alumni profile: Dan Nevius, S.B. ’11 | Harvard John A. Paulson School of...

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Chef Mario Batali visited a "Science and Cooking" class this afternoon to share his love of Italian food, culinary wisdom, and inspirational stories with students. He prepared a classic dish of pan-fried sausage encrusted with Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese while highlighting the science behind the cooking techniques (like the Maillard chemical reaction that occurred during browning). Add...
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Seeking to inspire the next generation of programmers, Harvard undergraduates bring student-developed computer science curriculum into local middle school classrooms: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Planting the seeds of STEM | Harvard John A. Paulson School of...

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One weakness in a trusted technology is enough to damage a company’s reputation, devastate personal privacy, or even destabilize a nation’s infrastructure. Harvard SEAS researchers are tackling information insecurity by rethinking what it means to trust the system at all: [ Hvrd.me Link ] #CyberMonday

Trusting the system: Innovations for an insecure world | Harvard John A....

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Autumn may be drawing to a close, but the fall colors have been gorgeous across the Harvard SEAS campus this season. #HarvardinAutumn #LifeatSEAS
Happy National Cake Day! Take a peek inside our "kitchen" (the "Science and Cooking" laboratory) as students Caroline Murphy, A.B. ’17, a music concentrator, and Catherine Curtin, A.B. ’17, a statistics concentrator, make molten chocolate cake during a lesson about heat transfer.
Alumnus Anthony Wilder L. Wohns, A.B. ’16, one of 32 Americans chosen as Rhodes Scholars, will pursue his interest in computer science at Oxford University next October: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

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Will you be using liquid nitrogen while preparing food for your Thanksgiving feast? Probably not, but Harvard students learned about the culinary uses of this liquid during a recent "Science & Cooking" lab session. In this photo, John Boyan, A.B. ’17, a history concentrator, adds the liquid to a mixer to create vanilla ice cream (the perfect topping for pumpkin pie). The liquid nitrogen, which...
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The brilliant teal feathers of a peacock inspired researchers to develop a new, more robust and cost effective system to build large-scale metamaterials with structural color: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

A new technique for structural color, inspired by birds | Harvard John...

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Have you ever wanted to sit in on Computer Science 50 (CS50), one of the most popular courses at Harvard? Here's your chance. Check out this video, recorded live during a CS50 lecture.
Harvard students (from left) Anne Raheem, Heather Brown, and Calvin Marambo proudly declared their bioengineering concentrations during the Sophomore Declaration Celebration on Nov. 17. Add harvardseas on Snapchat to see more photos of student life at SEAS: [ Hvrd.me Link ] #LifeatSEAS (Thanks to Shelby Yuan, A.B. '18, a bioengineering concentrator, for the photo.)

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