Accessibility devices use sound to allow the visually impaired to envision stars.
Harvard on Twitter
- Stigma remains one of the biggest obstacles to recovery from opioid addiction, making users hesitant to seek help and some providers reluctant to give it, experts said at the Harvard-@UMICH #OpSummit19 t.co/et3xCfObGX
- Fresh off Monday's #NobelPrize win, Harvard economist Michael Kremer discusses the methodical approach to battling global poverty t.co/llxR7IAVZi
- Threats to children's data privacy start when they are babies, Harvard's Leah Plunkett says. Her new book outlines the do's and don'ts of sharing online. t.co/DMrPjUOltg
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.