Accessibility devices use sound to allow the visually impaired to envision stars.
Harvard on Twitter
- The new Find a Space tool lets users search through 100+ study spaces in more than15 Harvard libraries based on a variety of criteria, including noise level, whether food is allowed, and if the space is suited for individuals or groups t.co/JltAUlXH7U
- "If the future is our genuine concern, we must face up to the stark reality of #climatechange. The scientific consensus is by now clear: the threat is real, the potential consequences are grave, and the time to focus on solutions is now." - President Bacow t.co/xU771All3D
- Harvard researchers recalibrate what size celestial bodies could support life t.co/gNXseMRgrf
Arts and Humanities
Harvard celebrates Arts First
The Arts First festival, featuring concerts, exhibitions, and hands-on activities, highlights Harvard’s creative spirit inside and out of the classroom.
Taking on a top typer: Harvard professor Jelani Nelson
Jelani Nelson happens to be a blazing fast typist, once scoring as high as 170 words per minute.