Students put the bridges they designed in "Introduction to the Mechanics of Solids" (ES 120) to the (stress) test during the culminating course competition on April 28. Add harvardseas on Snapchat to see more photos and videos from yesterday's competition: [ Snapchat.com Link ] #LifeatSEAS
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For his thesis project, Tim McNamara developed an inexpensive ground station that could help hobbyists and university research groups pick up signals from passing satellites. Now this senior has been honored for academic achievements in engineering by the Society of Military Engineers: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
For his thesis project Tim McNamara developed an inexpensive ground station that

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A new cyber defense club gives students the skills to outwit hackers and protect vulnerable data systems: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
A new cyber defense club gives students the skills to outwit hackers

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Alumnus Antonio Sweet, S.B. '13, and his colleagues at the Federal Communications Commission, are leading the fight against phone scammers: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Long-lasting flow battery pioneered at SEAS could greatly reduce the cost of storing energy from renewable sources: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
Longlasting flow battery pioneered at SEAS could greatly reduce the cost of

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Evariste Macmohan
Harvard has long been a pioneer in environmental education and research. This tradition continues today with faculty that are committed to teaching and researching engineered solutions to problems in the atmospheric, terrestrial, and aquatic compartments of the environment. Read more: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
Harvard has long been a pioneer in environmental education and research This

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Deborah Magbegor
#FlashBackFriday to two weeks ago, when more than 50 graduate alumni gathered for a reunion and symposium celebrating Harvard SEAS. Dean Francis J. Doyle III told the attendees: “We really do serve as an integrator, a connector, an entity that is affecting the convergence between disciplines. Complex collaborations are the hallmark of what we do. We are knocking down boundaries between...
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In 1847, Harvard's Lawrence Scientific School was founded with a gift of $50,000 from Abbott Lawrence, a Massachusetts captain of industry, marking the beginning of the University's formal programs in engineering and applied sciences. Lawrence, a self-made industrialist and politician, offered a pragmatic explanation for why he believed training in advanced science and engineering was...
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As engineering manager at a biotech fermentation facility, alumnus Luke Porisch, S.M. '05, helps to streamline the production of biopesticides and crop stress management products that are made from natural components: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Alumnus Craig Partridge, S.M. ’88 (applied math), Ph.D. ’92, (computer science) shared his thoughts on surprise developments in high-speed networking in an interview with the Association for Computing Machinery: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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In HarvardX’s “Science & Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter Science,” top chefs and Harvard researchers explore how everyday cooking and haute cuisine techniques illuminate scientific principles in physics, chemistry, biology, and engineering. Find out more and sign up for part two of the free, online course, which opens on May 17: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Students Yaara Yacoby A.B. ’17, a history of art and architecture concentrator, and Jordan Donald, A.B. ’18, an architecture concentrator, are hard at work in the SEAS Active Learning Labs on their final project for "Design Survivor: Experiential Lessons in Designing for Desirability" (ES 22). The students are crafting "counter-culture" headphones that use lights to show others what a user is...
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Diabetes-causing immune cells circulating in the blood stream can be extremely difficult to find. Now, researchers are using a pancreas-mimicking biomaterial to lay a trap for these immune disease cells: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
Diabetescausing immune cells circulating in the blood stream can be extremely difficult

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Graduate alumni returned to the Harvard campus on April 7 for a reunion and symposium celebrating the history, scholarship, and bright future of SEAS: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
Graduate alumni returned to the Harvard campus on April 7 for a

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In an interview with the Center for Data Innovation, alumnus Nick Elprin, A.B./S.M. '05 (computer science), CEO and co-founder of Domino Data Lab, describes the three stages of the data science lifestyle, and how his company is helping nonprofits use data science for good: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Mechanical engineering concentrator Daniel Wang, S.B. '17, describes his senior thesis project, a gas-sampling instrument that could be attached to a drone. The device is designed for collecting gas samples to analyze emissions and uptake of volatile organic compounds in the Amazon rainforest. Read more about Daniel: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
Wondering what your fellow Harvard SEAS alumni are up to? Check out our Alumni News Briefs page for the latest updates from classmates and colleagues. And be sure to send us your news items - email to azewe@seas.harvard.edu. [ Hvrd.me Link ]
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Graduate alumni from around the world returned to campus on April 7 for the Harvard GSAS/SEAS reunion and symposium, enjoying the opportunity to network with classmate and colleagues and learn about the latest research being conducted at SEAS. Check out Snapchat (username: harvardseas) for photos and video clips from the day-long event: [ Snapchat.com Link ]
Graduate alumni from around the world returned to campus on April 7

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Graduate alumni are back on campus today for a reunion and symposium celebrating the history, scholarship, and bright future of SEAS. How much do you know about the 170-year history of engineering and applied sciences at Harvard University? Check out this timeline: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
Graduate alumni are back on campus today for a reunion and symposium

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Alumnus Christopher Hernandez, S.B. '96 (engineering sciences - bioengineering) recently returned to SEAS to share career insights with Harvard undergraduates: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
Alumnus Christopher Hernandez SB 96 engineering sciences bioengineering recently

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