Researchers investigated the effects of marijuana on fertility, particularly in a man's sperm count. They found that those who had smoked pot have a higher sperm concentration per ejaculate than those who never had the substance at all.
Healthy Living/Wellness February 7, 2019
A study argued that 'Oumuamua might have been a debris from an advanced alien technology or a space probe to check out the solar system. Scientists said that an artificial origin could explain why the interstellar object is so strange.
Space November 8, 2018
This year's Ig Nobel Prize winners have been announced and honored at a ceremony at Harvard. The Nobel Prize parody celebrated the funniest and strangest researches of the year.
Feature | Science September 15, 2018
Similar to home kits available to women to detect pregnancy, a smartphone app with 97 percent accuracy has been developed to test fertility in men. Technology apart, fertility rituals in many cultures are boosting fertility in their own way.
Healthy Living/Wellness March 24, 2017
To control the faster warming of Earth, merely reducing greenhouse gases will not work. One more way is stratospheric cooling by using light-reflecting aerosols, according to a new study by Harvard researchers who are offering a risk-free aerosol application that will not hurt the ozone layer.
Earth/Environment December 15, 2016
A new study says that Federal agencies don't necessarily need computer backdoors to spy on their targets. Instead, Internet-connected devices could offer them an array of options to trace suspects.
Internet February 3, 2016
A Harvard study showed that the government’s fears about terrorists and criminals going off the radar are unfounded. The report, to which prominent security experts contributed, explained that we are actually heading toward a less encrypted, easy-to-surveil world.
Apps/Software February 2, 2016
Researchers at Harvard have come up with a set of robotic hands that can pick up fragile specimens from the ocean floor for marine biologists to observe, all without the danger of breaking the objects they're attempting to recover.
FUTURE TECH January 21, 2016
Lawrence Lessig, Harvard proessor and founder of Creative Commons, has dropped out of the presidential race, citing a takedown led by the DNC.
Society November 2, 2015
Seismology is a new key in studying brain tumors and other illnesses.
October 6, 2015
Harvard scientists isolate a sea sponge molecule that may help in the battle against cancer.
Life September 28, 2015
Natalie Portman's Commencement Speech at Harvard.
Internet Culture May 28, 2015
A Harvard Business professor is apologizing after declaring all-out war with a small Boston restaurant that overcharged him by $4 on a $57 order. But the spicy email exchanges have already gone viral.
Society December 10, 2014
Harvard University and Trinity College Dublin have teamed up to bring robotics enthusiasts the Soft Robotics Toolkit, a website resource to get novices and professionals off the ground on their own robotic builds and projects.
Geek September 27, 2014
Researchers at Harvard build a soft robot that is untethered and able to handle extreme situations. The silicon robot will be used for search and rescue missions in the future.
Robotics September 15, 2014
It’s a gift and it’s big. Morningside Foundation donation of $350 million warmly accepted by Harvard officials; bolsters the university’s fundraising efforts.
Life September 8, 2014
A group of Harvard scientists create a swarm of over 1,000 small robots that can communicate and work with each other, making them capable of achieving a singular task.
Geek August 14, 2014
Swarm of tiny robots can talk to each other, cooperate to accomplish tasks, researchers say. Swarm can mimic similar behaviors seen in nature, they say.
Robotics August 14, 2014
A team of scientists from Harvard has developed click-e-bricks that could be used to create soft robots. The bricks are used just the same as the Lego kits.
FUTURE TECH August 12, 2014
"Origami robot" developed that can unfold itself from a flat configuration and then carry out tasks. Harvard and MIT researchers envision many uses for the technology.
Robotics August 7, 2014
Results of new study reveal that apparently sitting and thinking is so much of a challenge that we’re willing to give ourselves electric shocks just to make things interesting.
Life July 4, 2014
Higher red meat intake and a larger number of moles both may be associated with increased risks of breast cancer in women, according to three different studies. While biological causation was not found, there were significant associations in the studies.
Life June 12, 2014
A strange shape has been found by Harvard researchers, using rubber bands. What kept this simple discovery from science for so long?
Animals April 26, 2014
Researchers from Harvard have discovered a new type of shape while experimenting with rubber bands. The new shape, called a 'hemihelix,' is said to be uncommon in the natural world, unlike other types of helixes.
April 25, 2014
Scientists from the MIT and Harvard have come up with a new way of connecting particles using rubidium atoms and a lattice of light. The new findings could spur the development of quantum computers.
FUTURE TECH April 10, 2014