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  1. On the Trail of Darwin's Carnivorous Plants, with Aaron Ellison

  2. Harvard Forest Schoolyard Ecology Program: Help Us Grow

  3. New life for Mark I, world's first programmable computer

  4. Designing Collective Behavior in a Termite-Inspired Robotic Construction Team

  5. Rosalind W. Picard: Your Future Smart Wristband || Radcliffe Institute

  6. On the Nature of Evidence

  7. Toys in Everyday Science | Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

  8. Martin Karplus discusses winning the Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  9. Simulated development of the chick gut | Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

  10. Super-slippery transparent materials | Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

  11. Gamma-Ray Bursts: The Biggest Explosions Since the Big Bang | Harvard Department of Physics

  12. Birds: Evolution and Innovation in a Changing World | Harvard Department of Physics

  13. Connectomics: Mapping the Brain | Harvard Department of Physics

  14. 3D printing tiny batteries | Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

  15. Changing the Foundations of Science: Harvard Stem Cell Institute | One Harvard

  16. Protein rejuvenates old hearts in mice

  17. Robotic insects make first controlled flight

  18. Houtan Park in Shanghai cleans river water

  19. "Gas Giant Mysteries" with Rebekah Dawson | CfA

  20. Using explosions to power soft robots

  21. The First Galaxies in the Universe | Center for Astrophysics

  22. Explosive Universe, Edo Berger | CfA

  23. Exploring the Nervous System: Collaboration accelerates discovery in the Department of Neurobiology

  24. Transforming Primary Care: Center supports innovation in health care delivery

  25. Trust in Vaccines: Why It Matters | The Forum at HSPH

  26. Building Bubbles: Surprising insights into how molecules move in and out of cells

  27. Our Microbes, Ourselves: Gut Bacteria's Key Role in Immunity Is Tuned to the Host Species

  28. Have Brain Scanner, Will Travel

  29. Time Lapse of Harvard's Largest Solar Project Being Installed at Harvard Athletics

  30. Panning for Therapeutic Gold: Cancer Genetics — Longwood Seminar

  31. Singing in the Shower to Shaking in Your Boots: The Science of Emotion — Longwood Seminar

  32. Patience and Patients: Understanding the Spectrum of Alzheimer's Disease — Longwood Seminar

  33. Rockefeller Foundation's Judith Rodin on Improving Global Health through Innovation

  34. Ann Veneman on Leadership at the USDA, UNICEF and Beyond

  35. Massachusetts' Pioneering Role Continues: Mapping a Path to Cost Containment

  36. Solar Dynamics Observatory: Our Sun in High-Definition - Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

  37. Boosting Vitamin D: Not Enough or Too Much? - Harvard School of Public Health

  38. Dawn of Social Networks: Hunter-gatherers Provide Clues About the Evolution of Cooperation

  39. Molecular Motor Struts Like Drunken Sailor

  40. Harvard Thinks Green 2012 Promotional Video

  41. The Happy Accident - Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

  42. Fly Paper: Mapping the Protein Interactions of Our Distant Relative

  43. Exploring thickeners to manipulate mouthfeel | Lecture 4 (2011)

  44. Exploring thickeners to manipulate mouthfeel | Lecture 4 (2011)

  45. How to Tell a Star's Real Age - Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

  46. SMOG OR JOBS? The Impact of Tighter Ozone Pollution Control on Health and the U.S. Economy

  47. Harvard's Greenhouse Gas Reduction Goal in a 60 Seconds

  48. Sustainability at Harvard: We are a living lab

  49. The Many Faces of Chocolate | Lecture 3 (2011)

  50. Precision cooking: enabling new textures and flavors | Lecture 2 (2011)

  51. Connected: The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks and How They Shape Our Lives

  52. Historical Context and Demos Illustrating the Relationship of Food and Science | Lecture 1 (2011)

  53. Engineering for Life

  54. Engineering for Society

  55. Engineering the Harvard Way

  56. Science and Technology Studies: Defining the Boundaries

  57. 2011 Harvard Digital Scholarship Summit: Keynote - Christine Borgman (UCLA)

  58. 2011 Harvard Digital Scholarship Summit: Keynote - Daniel Atkins (University of Michigan)

  59. Open Sources and Crowdsourced: The Promise and peril of Shared Genetic Information

  60. Individual Rights to Genetic Information: Issues for Medicine and Government

  61. Prof. Lene Hau: Stopping light cold

  62. Harvard's green commitment

  63. Roughing it on Great Brewster Island

  64. Tree huggers

  65. Invaders in Action: Ovarian Cancer Cells Bully Their Way Through Tissue

  66. CS50 Fair

  67. The Science of Cooking

  68. [Private Video]

  69. Hack Harvard

  70. Engineering a Solution

  71. Rite of Passage: Harvard Medical Students' Skills Put to the Test

  72. Uncertain Future: America Faces a Primary Care Crisis

  73. Skin Engineering

  74. Lung On a Chip

  75. Shaq Attacks Sleep Apnea

  76. Shaq Attacks Sleep Apnea

  77. [Private Video]

  78. Integrating long-term experiments & measurements - Harvard Forest

  79. Stream biogeochemistry - Harvard Forest

  80. Fluxes between the forest & atmosphere - Harvard Forest

  81. The water cycle and real-time data - Harvard Forest

  82. Discussion of Emerging Directions - Harvard Forest

  83. The past and future of future scenarios in LTER - Harvard Forest

  84. Integrating boundary-spanning efforts into long-term ecological research - Harvard Forest

  85. Landowner conservation awareness, and information exchange and decision making - Harvard Forest

  86. Exploring the influence of land use policy on forest cover and land conservation - Harvard Forest

  87. Boston ULTRA-Ex: Metabolism across urban-to-rural gradients - Harvard Forest

  88. Human Health and Global Change - Harvard Forest

  89. Vegetation response to episodic disturbance - Harvard Forest

  90. Assessing the changing effects of moose and deer browsing on forest ecosystems - Harvard Forest

  91. Foundation tree species loss - Harvard Forest

  92. Microbial Ecology at Harvard Forest - Harvard Forest

  93. Opening Remarks at the 22nd Annual Harvard Forest Ecology Symposium - Harvard Forest

  94. Time-lapse Video of a Blooming Lily

  95. Animated Model of Grown in a Lily Petal

  96. The Forum at HSPH: Mammograms: Who in the World are they Good For?

  97. From Biopolymer Translocation to Hemodynamics: New Challenges in Multiscale Computing

  98. Brain Circuits: Harvard Medical School Researchers Crawl a Neural Network

  99. Medical Imaging Computing: From Data to Understanding

  100. Mapping the Human Genome: Ten Years After

  101. An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics II: Theoretical Background Part II

  102. An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics II: Theoretical Background Part I

  103. An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics II: Examples/Applications Part I

  104. Brain Science & Society: Thinking about the Future

  105. Creative Ceilings | Lecture 12 (2010)

  106. Cultivating Flavor: A Recipe for the Recipe | Lecture 11 (2010)

  107. Meat Glue Mania | Lecture 10 (2010)

  108. At last, the edible science fair

  109. Arnold Arboretum: Winter Tree Tour

  110. An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics: Theoretical Background Part 2

  111. An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics: Selected Applications Part 2

  112. An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics: Selected Applications Part 1

  113. Browning & Oxidations | Lecture 9 (2010)

  114. Gelation | Lecture 8 (2010)

  115. Emulsions: Concept of Stabilizing Oil & Water | Lecture 7 (2010)

  116. Reinventing Food Texture & Flavor | Lecture 6 (2010)

  117. Heat, Temperature and Chocolate | Lecture 5 (2010)

  118. Olive Oil and Viscosity | Lecture 4 (2010)

  119. An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics: Motivations for Triple-M Modeling

  120. Science and Cooking: A Dialogue | Lecture 1 (2010)

  121. Science and Cooking: A Dialogue | Lecture 1 (2010)

  122. Sous-vide Cooking: a State of Matter | Lecture 2 (2010)

  123. Brain Candy: How Desserts Slow the Passage of Time | Lecture 3 (2010)

  124. Statistical Signal Processing for Modern High-Dimensional Data Sets

  125. Acute Infectious Diseases in Space and Time with Bryan Grenfell

  126. Food Webs in River Networks with Mary Power

  127. Sustainable Energy - Without the Hot Air with David MacKay

  128. Energy Innovation at Scale with Steven Koonin

  129. Books to Bench to Bedside Informatics for Autism Research

  130. An Introduction to the Dataverse Network as an Infrastructure for Data Sharing

  131. Astronomy as I See It

  132. CS50 / Week 0: Wednesday

  133. CS50 / Week 2: Wednesday

  134. Harvard Microrobotics Laboratory micro-aerial vehicle

  135. CS50 / Week 12: Monday

  136. CS50 / Week 11: Monday

  137. CS50 / Week 10: Monday

  138. CS50 / Week 9: Wednesday

  139. CS50 / Week 9: Monday

  140. CS50 / Week 8: Wednesday

  141. CS50 / Week 8: Monday

  142. CS50 / Week 7: Wednesday

  143. CS50 / Week 7: Monday

  144. CS50 / Week 5: Wednesday

  145. CS50 / Week 5: Monday

  146. CS50 / Week 4: Wednesday

  147. CS50 / Week 4: Monday

  148. CS50 / Week 3: Wednesday

  149. CS50 / Week 3: Monday

  150. CS50 / Week 2: Monday

  151. CS50 / Week 1: Friday

  152. CS50 / Week 1: Wednesday

  153. CS50 / Week 0: Friday

  154. [Private Video]

  155. Harvard Stem Cell Institute - Progress report

  156. Stem Cells: Mending a broken heart?

  157. Sweeping for Thompson Island hoppers

  158. Judah M. Folkman, MD

  159. E.O. Wilson, the "Ant man"

  160. Uta Frith | Autism: The First Fifty Years | Mind Brain Behavior Distinguished Lecture

  161. Steven Pinker & Elizabeth Spelke | The Science of Gender & Science | Mind Brain Behavior Discussion

  162. Chris Frith | How the Brain Creates Culture | Mind Brain Behavior Distinguished Lecture

  163. Howard Gardner & Steven Pinker | Lives of the Mind | Mind Brain Behavior Conversation