Saturn’s hexagon mega-storm
Harvard researchers develop a 3-D model that could explain the formation of a massive hexagon-shaped hurricane on Saturn.
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- These plants have no roots, stems, or leaves of their own. For most of their lifespan they are invisible, living as a small necklace of cells inside their host until, without warning, they bloom some of the largest flowers in the world. t.co/wnPDqSPb3g
We can all help to prevent the spread of infection to keep Harvard and our communities healthy: t.co/O9zIpzaYjZ t.co/cTUiySF8Kx
- Professor Eric Rimm of @HarvardChanSPH discusses the recently released U.S. Dietary Guidelines, which for the first time include recommendations for children under age 2 t.co/VUkHcYLQf1
Arts and Humanities
COVID day(s)-in-the-life of a Harvard College First-Year
Caitlin Beirne ’24 takes us along her busy campus schedule of classes, Airforce ROTC training, music rehearsals, and time with friends in her time on campus in the pandemic.
Making sticky bun popcorn at home with Joanne Chang
Owner of Flour Bakery Joanne Chang puts a fun twist on her popular sticky bun recipe, adding popcorn into the mix.