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Uncovering the brutal truth about the British empire
That was the request Caroline Elkins, a Harvard historian, received in 2008. The idea was ... Colonial authorities portrayed Mau Mau as a descent into savagery, turning its fighters into “the face of international terrorism in the 1950s”, as one ...
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.
Delhi University among world's elite, again  Times of India
Harvard team disqualified from Heroes of the Dorm eSports tournament for cheating
Harvard University's Team Ambush have been disqualified from the Heroes of the Dorm tournament, an eSports competition for colleges in the US, for adding an ineligible player to the team's roster, 24 March.
Why a Harvard team was disqualified from a video game competition  The Boston Globe
Children of All Nations supports work of Child Advocacy Program with $250000 gift
The Child Advocacy Program (CAP) of Harvard Law School recently received a $250,000 gift from Children of All Nations (CAN).
Global trade should be remade from the bottom up
Since the end of the second world war, a broad consensus in support of global economic integration as a force for peace and prosperity has been a pillar of the international order. From global trade agreements to the EU project; from the Bretton Woods ...
Global Demand for Food Is Rising. Can We Meet It?
Over the last century, the global population has quadrupled. In 1915, there were 1.8 billion people in the world. Today, according to the most recent estimate by the UN, there are 7.3 billion people - and we may reach 9.7 billion by 2050.
Eating more saturated fats raises risk of early death, says US study
The study from the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health in the United States has been following 126,000 people for three decades to assess the impact of their diet on their health and lifespan.
Can eating more unsaturated fats lower risk of death?  Medical News Today
The costs of inequality: Money = quality health care = longer life
President Obama's signature health care law, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), has taken important strides in narrowing the gap in health insurance coverage, but those gains so far have translated to limited advances in ensuring ...
Harvard to Host Bangladesh Apparel Industry International Conference
Organized by the International Sustainable Development Institute (ISDI) and Harvard Law School's Labor and Worklife Program, the conference will host sessions about Bangladesh's challenges and how collaborative problem solving is required to reach the ...
Argentina set to tumble 22 places on global wealth list
If a joint project between Harvard University and the University of Buenos Aires is correct, the difference is large. “We are less rich than the former administration tried to show,” says Ariel Coremberg, director of the project, known as Arklems+Land ...