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Going Global, Gradually
The mid October announcement of Harvard Global Institute (HGI) and a “University-wide effort…to create a globalization strategy” elicited both a sense of promise and some puzzlement, perhaps in equal measure.
Heard the one about the comic in the office?
Settle your differencesWorkplace conflicts are emotionally complex and trying to solve them along rational lines will result in failure, says Professor Daniel Shapiro, founder of the Harvard International Negotiation Program. “People often assume ...
Fifa appoint Harvard professor to improve human rights policies
Crisis-hit Fifa has appointed a Harvard professor to oversee an independent review that will recommend ways of embedding United Nations human rights protocols into its policies and practices.
Harvard report: Sadly for law enforcement, banning encryption would be futile
The study, conducted by renowned cryptographer Bruce Schneier and academics Kathleen Seidel and Saranya Vijayakumar, instead argues the sheer scope of the global technology industry - and its open-source nature - means that trying to stop the ...
Harvard law school drops official shield over slavery links
“I endorse the recommendation to retire the shield because its association with slavery does not represent the values and aspirations of the Harvard law school and because it has become a source of division rather than commonality in our community ...
Fifa reform could be human rights landmark, says Harvard professor
Construction continues on the Khalifa International Stadium before the 2022 World Cup in Qatar; preparations for the tournament have been beset by criticism over the rights of migrant workers building the stadiums and infrastructure.
The world's top universities by subject
However, the rankings were dominated by US universities, with Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) topping the tables in 24 subjects between them.
Friday Focus: Harvard Scientists Unveil the 'Octobot'
The robot was developed using 3D printing and was inspired by the Octopus, giving it its shape and its name - the Octobot. Robert Wood, the Charles River Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences, said: “One long-standing vision for the field of ...
Beyond Terminator: squishy 'octobot' heralds new era of soft robotics  Nature.com
Malia Obama to attend Harvard University after gap year
President Obama's older daughter, Malia, has decided to go to Harvard University - but won't start until after a gap year.
The Galactic School of International Relations
The treaty fixed the remaining boundaries of the Empire and limited the size and armament of the remaining Imperial military.