When Justice Kagan declared at a 2015 “Scalia Lecture at Harvard Law School that “we are all textualists now, she may have been a bit premature.
By Lauren Neidigh on SwimSwam Harvard's Brennan Novak is the top seed in the 500 free after breaking the Meet Record with a quick 4:14.17 in prelims. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 2018 Men’s Ivy League Championships: Day 2 Finals Live Recap
By Anne Lepesant on SwimSwam Harvard led the way on Thursday morning with eight swimmers making A finals, eight making B finals, and one qualifying for a C final. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 2018 Men’s Ivy League Championships: Day 2 Up/Mid/Downs
(Wolters Kluwer Health) Recent studies suggest that ketamine, a widely used anesthetic agent, could offer a wholly new approach to treating severe depression -- producing an antidepressant response in hours rather than weeks. Two reviews...Show More Summary
Though clearly inspired by the snake, a new soft robot out of Harvard takes cues from another fascinating source: the ancient Japanese paper craft kirigami. Unlike origami, kirigami uses cuts rather than folds to achieve the desired result. Show More Summary
Researchers in the lab of geneticist George Church at Harvard Medical School have made two new advances in their ongoing efforts to safely and precisely expand the genetic code of life.
REALLY, IS ANYONE SURPRISED TO HEAR THIS? Warren Neglected Harvard Native American Group As Faculty Member. “Dr. Gavin Clarkson, a citizen of the Choctaw Nation who received both a doctorate and a law degree from Harvard while Warren was a professor, says he ‘personally invited’ her three times to visit with Harvard’s Native American Law […]
Barton Beebe & Jeanne Fromer, "Are We Running Out of Trademarks? An Empirical Study of Trademark Depletion and Congestion", Harvard Law Review, February 2018: Abstract: American trademark law has long operated on the assumption that there exists an inexhaustible supply of unclaimed trademarks that are at least as competitively effective as those already claimed. This […]
By Robert Gibbs on SwimSwam Harvard's Dean Farris headlined the show on the first night of the 2018 Ivy League championships with one of the fastest 800 free relay splits ever. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 2018 Men’s Ivy League Championships: Day 1 – Farris Splits 1:30.69
A pioneering international study, carried out by the University of Granada, Harvard University, the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), the University of Florida, Laval University and the Jackson Laboratory has conducted an in-depth analysis of the molecular differences between the most common symptoms associated with neuropathic pain. Show More Summary
Harvard researchers are developing robots with deformable scaly skin that can move like snakes
(Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences) Harvard researchers developed a soft robot inspired by snakeskin that crawls without any rigid components. The soft robotic scales are made using kirigami -- an ancient Japanese paper craft that relies on cuts, rather than origami folds, to change the properties of a material. Show More Summary
A Harvard study suggests that data from digital platforms has the potential to improve the way marketers understand how neighborhoods change in close to real-time.
As Black History Month ends, a Texas community prepares to honor Dr. Mildred Fay Jefferson, an African-American woman who fought tenaciously for the unborn. Jefferson served as the president of the National Right to Life Committee, one of the largest pro-life groups in the United States, and was the first black woman to graduate from […]
LGBT rights campaigners wrapped in rainbow flags have protested against a Harvard lecture by Jackie Hill-Perry, a Christian activist and poet who claims God stopped her being gay. Speaking at an event on Friday hosted by the religious student group H… Read The post Harvard Students Protest Poet Jackie Hill-Perry, Who Says God Stopped Her Being Gay appeared first on Towleroad.
CPAC CANCELS PANEL ON FREE SPEECH AND SOCIAL MEDIA CENSORSHIP — During the election The Gateway Pundit was the fourth most influential conservative news source. Following the 2016 election Harvard and Columbia Journalism Review funded research (with money from the Soros Open Society) to find out what happened. Show More Summary
On the surface, there's nothing at all ordinary or subpar about a 33-year-old Berkeley and Harvard grad who's competing with the best of the best at the Olympics. Yet Elizabeth Swaney has caused a hubbub in Pyeongchang, after turning in what Digg labels a "hilariously mediocre" ski run on the...
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In recent months, Corporate America's corner office has actually gotten a little less diverse -- not more -- when it comes to the number of African Americans. With American Express chief executive Kenneth Chenault stepping down, there are just three black CEOs in the Fortune 500. And with the departure of former CEO Ursula Burns from Xerox, announced in 2016, […]
Researchers at MIT and Harvard University just took another step toward IRL lightsabers. A paper published last week in the journal Science suggests that photons can indeed be made to interact—a breakthrough for […] The post MIT, Harvard Physicists Create New Form of Light appeared first on Geek.com.