Novel face mask developed by MIT, Harvard can detect COVID-19 infection
The mask design has embedded tiny, disposable sensors that can be fitted into other face masks
US now says no new foreign students for all-online classes
There were more than 1 million international students in US for 2018-19 academic year, according to the Institute of International Education
Eco Nobel: From philosophical to pragmatic
In 1997, Robert Merton and Myron Scholes at MIT were awarded the Nobel “for a new method to determine the value of derivatives”.
Release Shah Faesal, J&K leaders: Harvard University students, alumni write to Centre
The statement also appealed for 'democratic and peaceful means to ensure stability in the state of Jammu and Kashmir'.
Harvard honours Angela Merkel with law degree
Merkel urged the fellow students to reject isolationism and nationalism, embrace the fight against climate change.
Giving Shape to a Shifting City
All these characteristics remind us of our very own city, which has been combating the issue of migration for generations.
Indian-American student elected president of Harvard student's body
Sruthi Palaniappan was elected as president of Harvard University Undergraduate Council.
Fund drive for varsities: Commodification of education is pretty, and a necessary evil
Education is no more a public good, it’s a commodity to be traded in the free market place.
Harvard University accused of bias against Asian-Americans at trial
Asian-Americans, who represent about 6 per cent of the US population, comprise 23 per cent of Harvard’s current freshman class.
Of John Harvard and ‘Veritas’: An Ivy League campus tale
Harvard University was officially founded by a vote by the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.