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Tests in macaques show robust protection against the SARS-CoV-2 virus induced by either vaccines or natural infection.
Nearly half of early COVID-19 transmission was work-related—a cautionary note as the economy reopens.
A conversation on health disparities, with Paul Farmer and Evelynn Hammonds
Art by Harvard Magazine/ JC; images by iStock
A critical scientific question that bears on policies for fighting the pandemic.
From zoology and evolutionary science to animal-rights law to the joys of local wildlife, a selection of our favorite animal stories
A selection of stories covering the admission of women, the Harvard-Radcliffe merger, the rise of women in the faculty ranks, Harvard’s first woman president, and more
A Radcliffe Institute online discussion of health disparities laid bare by coronavirus
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Engineers at the Wyss Institute address a critical shortage of nasal swabs.