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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. & NEW ORLEANS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Harvard University has granted an exclusive license to biotechnology company Obatala Sciences to commercialize innovations that enable the study of human fat tissue in vitro. Harvard Office of Technology Development and Obatala, which manufactures stem cell and hydrogel products to enable next-generation therapeutics discovery, announced the agreement today. Obatala Sciences …

I have a confession: in late 2020, when the first COVID-19 vaccines were approved by the FDA, I was hesitant to get one myself. Despite working in public health and believing strongly in vaccines to keep our community healthy, I was anxious about putting something in my body that seemed so new. I thought: “What …

President of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation John G. Palfrey ’94 spoke to Harvard Law School students about the intersections of technology and public interest — a topic he said is increasingly relevant as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic — on Monday. The lecture also featured three first-year law students …

The photo’s title: “Harvard Class Day — Class Day at Harvard, Klans Klass 21 — have fun.” When Simon J. Levien found the image last spring, he dove into reporting that resulted in a 4,500-word feature published last week in the Harvard Crimson, culminating nearly a year of research. Though the 20-year-old was prompted by …

USC has joined a coalition of leading research universities that aims to boost the transfer of researchers’ patented technologies and inventions to companies. All told, 15 universities are members of the limited liability corporation University Technology Licensing Program (UTLP): USC, Brown, Caltech, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Illinois, Michigan, Northwestern, Penn, Princeton, SUNY Binghamton, UC Berkeley, UCLA …

The cell tower conversation is timely and lends itself to discussing three pertinent issues we face as a community—lack of reliably available cellular service across town, lack of broadband access choice, and lack of a strategic approach to planning for and addressing town technology issues. For the first issue, Harvard needs to step into the …

Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences will not hold spring break in 2020, reallocating the five days of break as planned “wellness days” throughout the spring semester, FAS Dean Claudine Gay announced in an email to faculty and staff Thursday. FAS courses will not meet during the wellness days, which Harvard will schedule roughly every …

The La Crosse School District committed to virtual learning until Oct. 5 September 12, 2020 12:37 PM Mike Tighe Posted: September 12, 2020 12:37 PM LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) — The La Crosse School District opted to use the Harvard Global Health Institute guidance for schools to determine how it will provide instruction after Oct. …

All News July 21, 2020 Tough gel technology licensed to Amend Surgical for oral surgery applications Medical device company will pursue development of strong, biocompatible adhesive that could replace sutures and dental membranes By Lindsay Brownell, Wyss Institute at Harvard University The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University announced today that its …

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