As a longtime fan of the American Chemical Society (ACS) publication, Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), I wanted to know what goes on behind the scenes. For the uninitiated, the pages (still in print as well as online) are regularly filled with breaking stories from the intersection of chemistry and its many related disciplines, as [...]
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Organ transplantation is an evolving practice that has already served to save innumerable lives and recipients’ quality of life for the better. In the latest issue of the Flash, graduate student Wen Allen Tseng describes the immunological challenges underlying transplantation and how doctors and scientists work to get around them.
A tireless advocate for those she taught, Spragg ensured that her legacy will continue through a bequest that has established a graduate fellowship fund for students in the sciences.
Congratulations to the 2012 Everett Mendelsohn Excellence in Mentoring Awards Nominees and Winners!
For the latest installment of our Pathfinders Series, the DMS Bulletin caught up with Harvard alumna Dr. Valerie Weiss, writer and director of Losing Control, at Dudley House on April 5, 2012 in advance of her latest Cambridge opening….
This full day event is FREE and open to early career researchers in all sciences, engineering and medicine (PhD students, post-docs or equivalent in first job). Find out about science in the media, what journalists are looking for, & how to stand up for science…
On November 16th, 2011, students were treated to a tour of Countway Library’s rare collections by Jack Eckert, curator of the collection at the Center for the History of Medicine. What follows is a photo essay of the delightful finds Eckert shared.
The Harvard Biotech Club invites you to the biggest career event for life science PhDs, MDs and postdocs….
The Office of Alumni Relations and Publications at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences is seeking a student photographer based in Longwood to cover occasional events at DMS and on the Medical Campus more generally. This student would be a talented shooter, ideally someone with editorial experience and published clips, but possibly a talented [...]
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We encourage you to join in Dudley House events held not only at Dudley House itself, but also at Longwood and other sites including museums, art galleries, theatres, and sports venues. In some instances, a popular Dudley House event will be repeated at Longwood. In others, parallel events will be held at Longwood [...]