Leading bioengineer Samir Mitragotri, who develops new techniques for treating diabetes, cancer and bleeding disorders, will join the SEAS faculty: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Renowned bioengineer to join Harvard faculty | Harvard John A. Paulson...

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Whether conducting intricate synthetic biology experiments or adding enhancements to their bicycles, SEAS students stayed busy throughout Wintersession. #LifeatSEAS
This soft wearable exosuit, which delivers assistance synchronized with the wearer’s walking mechanics, can help those who have suffered a stoke or other health complications: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Soft exosuit economies: understanding the costs of lightening the load |...

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Alumnus John Baras, S.M. '71, Ph.D. '73 (applied mathematics) has been honored by the IEEE for leadership in model-based engineering, systems science, and engineering research: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Alumni News Briefs | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and...

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From artificial fingertips to undersea flapping fins, winning soft robotics projects showcase diversity and creativity: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

4 projects selected as winners in Soft Robotics Competition | Harvard...

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For alumna Edlyn Levine, Ph.D. '16 (applied physics), fostering strong Harvard connections enabled her to have a much wider impact: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Alumni profile: Edlyn Levine, Ph.D. '16 | Harvard John A. Paulson School...

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Brain-on-a-chip could help researchers study drug addiction, post traumatic stress disorder, and traumatic brain injury: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Multiregional brain on a chip | Harvard John A. Paulson School of...

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Soft robots that mimic biological movements, the world's smallest radio receiver, students innovate to improve lab safety, and more in the latest edition of Newswire: [ Eepurl.com Link ]

Harvard SEAS Newswire

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Tag along (virtually) on a tour of SEAS labs with attendees at this weekend's APS Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics. Just add harvardseas on Snapchat: [ Snapchat.com Link ]

Tour SEAS Labs on Snapchat

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Alumnus Joseph Lanzillo, S.B. '16 (environmental science and engineering), will spend the next year living and working in Tanzania as a Benjamin Trustman Fellow: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Alumni News Briefs | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and...

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Jelani Nelson receives U.S. government honor for pursuit of innovative research at the frontiers of science and technology: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Jelani Nelson wins Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and...

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Research conducted at SEAS has been named among the top breakthroughs of 2016 by the journals Science and Nature: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

SEAS research named among discoveries of the year | Harvard John A....

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Forbes "30 Under 30" recognizes alumni Zachary Hamed, A.B. ’14 (computer science) and Aurelian Nicolae, S.B. ’12 (mechanical engineering) for ingenuity and innovation: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Alumni News Briefs | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and...

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Computer science concentrator Christine Hong, A.B. ’19, explains the virtual reality monastery she and her teammate created for CS50. Read more about their project and other end-of-term student innovations: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
Students Cole Scanlon, A.B. '18 (left), and Luke Heine, A.B. '17, were named to the Forbes "30 Under 30" for their work launching a college application and financial aid guide that was distributed for free to 57,000 U.S. high schools ([ Hvrd.me Link ]. Read more about the Fair Opportunity Project: [ Hvrd.me Link ]
Congratulations to alumnus Steven Smith, S.M. ’89 (engineering and applied science), Ph.D. ’93 (applied mathematics), who has been named a 2017 Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): [ Hvrd.me Link ]

Alumni News Briefs | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and...

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Founding dean of SEAS argues that the traditional divide between basic and applied research is costly and harmful to scientific advancement: [ Hvrd.me Link ]

The false choice of basic vs. applied research | Harvard John A. Paulson...

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