As recent mechanical engineering graduate Kira Headrick prepares to launch a career in the U.S. Air Force (with the ultimate goal of becoming a NASA astronaut), her lifelong focus on service keeps her grounded: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
As recent mechanical engineering graduate Kira Headrick prepares to launch a career

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Congratulations to alumnus Sean Poppen, A.B. '16 (engineering sciences), a pitcher for the Cedar Rapids Kernals, who was selected for the recent Midwest League All Star Game: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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The new data science master's program launched by Harvard will train the next generation of leaders on the principles of experimental design, causal inference, visualization, massive and distributed computing, and more: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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For her senior thesis project, electrical engineering concentrator Janey Farina, S.B. '17, created a haptic glove that simulates an object in the user’s hand by exerting forces on the fingers, enabling virtual reality users to better incorporate the sense of touch into their immersive experiences. Read more: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Harvard student startup uses technology to streamline the debt-elimination process for underserved individuals who are struggling through financial turmoil: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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The 5,000-square-foot maker space inside Harvard's Science and Engineering Complex, set to open in 2020, will serve as a cornerstone of innovation in Allston: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Framed by the snow-capped Alps, the picturesque lakeside city of Como, Italy, draws more than 1 million visitors each year. How and where do these tourists travel once they are inside the medieval city walls ? A team of SEAS students, in collaboration with an Italian tech startup, used data analytics to find out: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Engineering and liberal arts opened a world of opportunities for alumnus Chadwick Eason, A.B. '13, who oversees development and distribution of social media marketing video content for Samsung's South Korea headquarters: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Harvard faculty say the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement will result in diminished momentum toward a climate change solution, and lost expertise from scientists who turn their careers to other questions: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Scholars greet Paris exit as multifaceted mistake | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

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Don't miss the latest Harvard SEAS Newswire. In the June issue, read about the science behind the perfect pitch, early winter carbon emissions, the educational benefits of 'food porn,' and more: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Mira, a tech startup co-founded by alumnus Gabriel Frangakis, A.B. '13 (applied mathematics), was recently featured in a Forbes article highlighting the vision behind the company and the future of behavioral marketing: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Current diabetic foot ulcer treatments are time-consuming, resulting in more than $9 billion in U.S. heath care costs annually. For her senior thesis project, Serena Blacklow, an engineering sciences - biomedical engineering concentrator, created an adhesive, thermo-responsive polymer hydrogel that speeds healing time at a fraction of the cost of some current therapies. Read more: [ Hvrd.me...
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Harvard freshman Christopher Onesti once heard an anecdote about a patient who died during a frenzied ambulance ride due to improper intubation. Now, he and fellow student entrepreneur Nicolas Weninger are developing a reusable emergency intubation sensor, in the hopes of preventing similar tragedies: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Prize-winning business concept is a breath of fresh air | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

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A team of Harvard students used data analytics to help the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority generate a more granular model of passenger transactions and bus route revenues: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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A team of Harvard students used data analytics to help the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority generate a more granular model of passenger transactions and bus route revenues: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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New joint master's degree program offered by SEAS and HBS will provide a strong foundation in general management, build design skills, and extend students’ understanding of engineering: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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A team of students developed a NASA flight instrument to measure the concentrations of stratospheric chemicals that cause ozone depletion over the Midwest: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
A team of students developed a NASA flight instrument to measure the

Science that soars | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

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Attention Harvard SEAS Alumni -- have you made headlines? Do you have professional news or announcements to share with your classmates and colleagues? Submit an Alumni News Brief: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Recent graduate Samuel Becker, S.B. ’17, mechanical engineering, set out to improve endoscopic surgical procedures with his senior thesis project. Becker combined inflatable actuators, a vacuum gripper, and a pop-up structure onto a tiny device that could enable more effective tissue retraction during surgical procedures. Read more: [ Hvrd.me Link ] #PhotoFriday #LifeatSEAS
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