Tested most by game he didn’t play

Stephen Coit’s portrait of Lucien Victor Alexis Jr. Image courtesy of the artist, Stephen Coit, ’71. All rights reserved. Campus & Community Tested most by game he didn’t play Portrait honors Harvard’s first Black lacrosse player, whose 1941 benching in the South sparked outcry Nicholas Economides and Philip Tor Harvard Correspondents May 29, 2024 4 […]

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EA SPORTS FC FUTURES Partners with UNICEF, Highlights Year One Impact in Global Game Growth

FC FUTURES is EA SPORTS FC’s global initiative to grow the game for all. Electronic Arts Inc. announces that their EA SPORTS FC FUTURES initiative has opened up grassroots football to over 170,000* people over the course of its first year and – in a further demonstration of their commitment to growing the game for […]

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European Hydrogen Bank Awards €720 Million to Boost Renewable Hydrogen Production in Europe

The Commission is awarding nearly €720 million to seven renewable hydrogen projects in Europe, selected through the first competitive bidding process under the European Hydrogen Bank.The funds for this auction come from the revenues of the EU Emissions Trading System.The winning bidders will produce renewable hydrogen in Europe and will receive a subsidy to bridge the price difference […]

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Tim Mohin: SEC’s Self-Inflicted Stay and Legal Battles Continue

In an unprecedented move, late on Thursday, the SEC decided to stay their own rule while the litigation is settled to “avoid any regulatory uncertainty.” Meanwhile, Liberty Energy, a Denver-based fracking company, was the first company to sue the SEC and has emerged as the most outspoken opponent of the climate rule. CEO Chris Wright has litigated other environmental rules […]

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How did you get that frog to float?

Sir Andre Geim giving the Morris Loeb Lecture. Niles Singer/Harvard Staff Photographer Science & Tech How did you get that frog to float? Ever-creative, Nobel laureate in physics Andre Geim extols fun, fanciful side of very serious science Anne J. Manning Harvard Staff Writer April 2, 2024 4 min read Sir Andre Geim won the […]

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Google Announces Water Stewardship Initiatives for World Water Day

Google commemorates World Water Day by highlighting four new partnerships that contribute to water security in communities near its operations. These initiatives target diverse water challenges and demonstrate Google’s commitment to its 2031 goal of replenishing 120% of the freshwater consumed by its data centers and offices. Restoring California’s Central Valley Floodplains: Partnering with River […]

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Instruments of change

Gabrielle Grant ’24 onstage at Sanders Theatre. Photographs by Dylan Goodman Arts & Culture Instruments of change Dylan Goodman Harvard Correspondent March 18, 2024 long read Female musicians fight gender tone-deafness When I was 3 years old, I started playing the piano. Seven years later, I discovered the drums. At first, I was simply enamored […]

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Haim Sompolinsky awarded Brain Prize

Jon Chase/Harvard Staff Photographer Campus & Community Haim Sompolinsky awarded Brain Prize Pioneering neuroscientist honored for theories of brain function Anne J. Manning Harvard Staff Writer March 5, 2024 4 min read Haim Sompolinsky, a professor in residence in Harvard’s Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology and Department of Physics, has received the Brain Prize for his […]

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Hive Hydrogen Partners with Genesis for $5.8 Billion Coega Green Ammonia Initiative

Hive Hydrogen will implement Genesis’ wind power generation projects, totalling 372MW, in the Western Cape to generate and supply a sizable portion of power needed for the Coega Green Ammonia hub. The Coega Green Ammonia hub is a flagship investment project in South Africa, led by Hive Energy and BuiltAfrica. Genesis Eco-Energy’s two wind farms […]

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Her friends’ parents were dying of cancer. Then her mom got sick. 

Health Her friends’ parents were dying of cancer. Then her mom got sick.  Childhood tragedy sparks Jen Cruz’s quest to root out public health inequities Maya Brownstein  Harvard Chan School Communications March 4, 2024 6 min read Photo by Kent Dayton A series focused on the personal side of Harvard research and teaching. “Losing parents […]

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