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Man sentenced for threatening to bomb Harvard ceremony for black students

An Arizona man was sentenced to 15 months in prison on Wednesday after admitting he made online threats to bomb Harvard University and shoot students at its first commencement ceremony for black..
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Sing your song

*SIGN UP* Learn how to compose a song, as well as the basics of how to navigate the music scene in the city, at a workshop that Mumbai girl Avanti Nagral will conduct. Now pop artist who also..
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How Your Mood Affects Who You Want to Spend Time With [Video]How Your Mood Affects Who You Want to Spend Time With

New research suggests when we’re happy, we want to talk to strangers, even though that doesn't always lead to us staying happy.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 00:49Published

Scientists Have Figured out How to Grow Food on Mars [Video]Scientists Have Figured out How to Grow Food on Mars

Scientists Have Figured out How to Grow Food on Mars A group of researchers from Harvard, Edinburgh and California believe they may have engineered a way to support photosynthetic life on Mars. They..

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Shields of This Translucent Gel Could Help Plants Grow on Mars [Video]Shields of This Translucent Gel Could Help Plants Grow on Mars

Aerogel could warm Mars’ surface enough to allow us to grow plants, while blocking harmful UV radiation. The research was published in Nature Astronomy.

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Jeffrey Epstein Reportedly Intimidated Accusers And Prosecutors [Video]Jeffrey Epstein Reportedly Intimidated Accusers And Prosecutors

Police reports show that Jeffrey Epstein reportedly hired private investigators to silence accusers and prosecutors. According to Business Insider, the probe against Epstein began in 2005 in Florida...

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Why Do We Walk with Straight Arms But Run with Them Bent? [Video]Why Do We Walk with Straight Arms But Run with Them Bent?

A Harvard graduate student-led study aimed to find out if one position was more efficient for walkers and runners.

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I-Team: Investigation Into Sexual Harrassment Allegations At Harvard [Video]I-Team: Investigation Into Sexual Harrassment Allegations At Harvard

Students at Harvard say that sexual harassment on campus is 'far too common,' and a union has requested modified regulations on the system for complaints and reports. WBZ's Christina Hager reports.

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Here's how you can actually become smarter than a fifth grader [Video]Here's how you can actually become smarter than a fifth grader

According to the National Association for Gifted Children, the average IQ score is between 90 and 110. So how do you help get your child's scores up?

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Harvard Suspends Economist Roland Fryer In Wake Of Sexual Harassment Allegations [Video]Harvard Suspends Economist Roland Fryer In Wake Of Sexual Harassment Allegations

Harvard University has suspended economist Roland Fryer in connection to a number of sexual harassment allegations.

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Look Inside LA's First Legal Indoor Pot Farm [Video]Look Inside LA's First Legal Indoor Pot Farm

Two Harvard-educated attorneys have opened up the first legal indoor pot farm in Los Angeles.

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Harvard Fires Fencing Coach For Violating Conflict Of Interest [Video]Harvard Fires Fencing Coach For Violating Conflict Of Interest

Harvard University has fired a fencing coach over the sale of his home for nearly double its assessed value.

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Secretary of State Pompeo Unveils 'Unalienable Rights' Panel [Video]Secretary of State Pompeo Unveils 'Unalienable Rights' Panel

Secretary of State Pompeo Unveils 'Unalienable Rights' Panel Secretary of State Mike Pompeo unveiled the new Commission on Monday. Pompeo said the panel will provide him "an informed review of..

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Million Dollar Mile - Catching Up [Video]Million Dollar Mile - Catching Up

Watch the Harvard Hammer close the distance while chasing this contestant!

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Scientists try to eliminate the origin of omuamua as alien. [Video]Scientists try to eliminate the origin of omuamua as alien.

Scientists are still debating whether or not Oumuamua has extraterrestrial creations, but current research suggests that it has natural origins.

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Happy Birthday, Malia Obama! (July 4th) [Video]Happy Birthday, Malia Obama! (July 4th)

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Malia Ann Obama was born on July 4, 1998, and turns 21. She was born in Chicago, Illinois. Malia is the eldest daughter of former President Barack Obama. They made history as the first..

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Happy Birthday, Malia Obama! (July 4th)  [Video]Happy Birthday, Malia Obama! (July 4th) 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Malia Ann Obama was born on July 4, 1998, and turns 21. She was born in Chicago, Illinois. Malia is the eldest daughter of former President Barack Obama. They made history as the first..

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Why Some Workers Are Paying Hundreds of Dollars a Month To Get Away From Their Offices And Co-Workers [Video]Why Some Workers Are Paying Hundreds of Dollars a Month To Get Away From Their Offices And Co-Workers

People are so sick and tired of their bad lit offices, and sometimes their coworkers, that they are spending up to $500 a month just to get away. Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

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College decisions: does where you go matter? [Video]College decisions: does where you go matter?

Parents want their children to have the best possible education, but fancy, selective schools may not be better for all students.

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Junk Food Can Lower Sperm Count In Young Men, Harvard Study Finds [Video]Junk Food Can Lower Sperm Count In Young Men, Harvard Study Finds

Junk food loving young men have lower sperm counts than healthier eaters, researchers say. Matt Yurus reports.

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Behold The Flying Robo-Insect [Video]Behold The Flying Robo-Insect

Scientists at the Harvard Microbiotics Laboratory have created a robotic bee that, unlike many robo-insects, can lift off and fly without the aid of heavy external batteries.

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Junk Food Irreversibly Damages Men’s Fertility By Age 20: Study [Video]Junk Food Irreversibly Damages Men’s Fertility By Age 20: Study

A new study has found those with junk food eating habits could be causing permanent damage to their sperm count by the age of 20. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

Credit: Veuer     Duration: 01:14Published

Kate Middleton Wants This to Be Her Kid’s Habit [Video]Kate Middleton Wants This to Be Her Kid’s Habit

Kate Middleton is an advocate for children being outdoors for their physical and mental health, and she wants that habit to be passed on to her own kids. Keri Lumm reports.

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Eating too much junk food can make sperm count THIS low [Video]Eating too much junk food can make sperm count THIS low

Harvard just did a study in teen boys and found that sperm count can be dramatically affected by junk food. Here are the numbers.

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Scientists May Have Just Figured Out the Secret to Being a Better Runner [Video]Scientists May Have Just Figured Out the Secret to Being a Better Runner

And it’s in your gut, not your legs or your lungs. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 00:55Published

Five Jobs With High Salaries Without Needing A College Degree [Video]Five Jobs With High Salaries Without Needing A College Degree

1. Computer and IT managers make an average of $152,860 a year. 2. Airline pilots make around $169,560 a year. 3. Air-traffic controllers earn an average of $120,830 a year. 4. Chief executives can..

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Can You Solve This Simple Maths Question That Stumped More Than 50% Of Harvard Students? [Video]Can You Solve This Simple Maths Question That Stumped More Than 50% Of Harvard Students?

Can You Solve This Simple Maths Question That Stumped More Than 50% Of Harvard Students?

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Believe Foundation in Association with The Sunday Guardian Foundation and RBF Host the First Edition of Gandhi Mandela Peace Initiative

believe foundation in association with the sunday guardian foundation and rbf host the first edition of gandhi mandela peace initiative
*Believe Foundation* in association with *The Sunday Guardian Foundation* and* Dr. Raman Bhai Patel Foundation* (RBF) hosted the first edition of *Gandhi Mandela* peace initiative at The Imperial, New..
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Former CEA Arvind Subramanian defends controversial argument on GDP overstimation

India's GDP growth rate between this period should be about 4.5 percent instead of the official estimate of close to 7%, he said in a research paper published at Harvard University.
Firstpost - Published

Hiver Releases Enhanced Email Collaboration Platform to Help Businesses Unlock Productivity

*Hiver* today announced the launch of an enhanced version of its email collaboration platform to help teams across organizations manage shared inboxes like [email protected] and [email protected], right from Gmail...
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Harvard University suspends economist Roland Fryer for 'unwelcome sexual conduct'

A Harvard dean said that the economist will be placed on administrative leave for two years.
DNA - Published

Happy Birthday Tom Hanks: His 5 movies you must binge watch today

happy birthday tom hanks: his 5 movies you must binge watch today
For over three decades, Tom Hanks has been almost every type of character. He started his career as a funnyman on the TV series Bosom Buddies and then took his nice-guy style to the big screen in..
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Harvard MBA leaves Wall Street to launch CUBA CANDELA, a Cuba travel business


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Ranis of India: Celebrating the spirit of womanhood

The author is a Harvard-educated civil servant & writer, and has worked in the education sector
DNA - Published

The queer love story that took 11 years

Forty, they say, is the new 30. For US-based Afghan activist and journalist Nemat Sadat, who launched his debut book in New Delhi on his 40th birthday, the celebration saw him dredging a story, which..
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Harvey Weinstein's advocate files motion to dismiss two charges

Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has filed a Hail Mary motion to dismiss two of the five remaining counts against him. Weinstein's Defense attorney Arthur Aidala, in the papers filed in..
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U.S. patent agency to review Harvard, MIT's claim to CRISPR technology

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Monday said it would review whether Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology can claim rights to a gene-editing technology known as..
Reuters India - Published

Keralite lands ₹1.5-crore job at Microsoft

Abhijith was in news for wearing Kerala dhoti at his Harvard varsity convocation
Hindu - Published

United States: Impact Links: Canada Bans Single-Use Plastic; Britain Launches Impact Investing Institute; Omidyar's Education Investments; Temasek's New Impact Fund - Morrison & Foerster LLP

What do boards need to know about sustainability ratings? Silda Wall Spitzer and John Mandyck discuss in the Harvard Business Review.
Mondaq - Published

Dr. Gaurav Nigam conferred ‘Innovative Research Excellence Award 2019’ at Asian Leadership Summit, Bhutan

dr. gaurav nigam conferred ‘innovative research excellence award 2019’ at asian leadership summit, bhutan
*Dr. Gaurav Nigam*, a well-known educationist, pediatrician, and author is conferred ‘*Innovative Research Excellence Award 2019*’ at Asian Leadership Summit held at Thimphu, Bhutan. Organized by..
NewsVoir - Published

Corrected: Harvard revokes Parkland shooting survivor's acceptance over racial slurs

Harvard University has rescinded its admission offer to a survivor of the 2018 massacre at a Florida high school over his past use of racial slurs in an online document posted on Twitter, the student..
Reuters India - Published

International Vacation Rental Management Company Vacasa, Achieves 80% more Productivity with Hiver

· Bengaluru based Hiver is a leader in SaaS based email collaboration and works with more than 1300 companies globally · Vacasa streamlined its email management with Hiver’s solution that..
NewsVoir - Published

What is Harvard MBA indicator in finance?

This refers to a stock market indicator that gauges the future performance of the stock market based on the employment choices of Harvard MBAs. When m
Hindu - Published

India's GDP overestimated by 2.5% between 2011 and 2017: Modi's former CEA Arvind Subramanian

India's gross domestic product product (GDP) growth rate between this period should be about 4.5 per cent instead of the official estimate of close to 7 per cent, he said in a research paper published..
DNA - Published

India: CRISPR Case - Khurana and Khurana

Regents of the University of California, University of Vienna, Emmanuelle Charpentier, (Appellants) (UC) v. Broad Institute, Inc., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, President and Fellows of..
Mondaq - Published

Havard honours Angela Merkel with law degree

[USA], May 31 (ANI): German Chancellor Angela Merkel was on Thursday (local time) awarded an honorary degree in law from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Sify - Published

Wipro founder Azim Premji to retire on July 30

Azim Premji, who transformed the cooking oil company his father started in 1945 into a $25 billion (Rs 1.8 lakh crore) IT powerhouse, will retire as executive chairman on July 30. Premji will be..
IndiaTimes - Published

Azim Premji, IT’s marathon man, to call it a day after 53 years

Azim Premji, who transformed the cooking oil company his father started in 1945 into a $25 billion (Rs 1.8 lakh crore) IT powerhouse, will retire as executive chairman on July 30. Premji will be..
IndiaTimes - Published

This doctor quit her job and changed countries to care for her ‘daughters’

Dr Michelle Harrison had everything a career-woman can boast of. A gynaecologist-cum- psychiatrist, she was the worldwide executive director of Johnson & Johnson Institute for Children and taught at..
IndiaTimes - Published

The secret behind everlasting happiness in life

The researchers at Harvard University conducted a study for almost 80 years and concluded the one thing that helps to keep people happy throughout their life.
IndiaTimes - Published

Private Colleges Team Up with Harvard Business School Online to Create Unique Hybrid Learning Program


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Sonam Kapoor and Dulquer Salmaan's The Zoya Factor's release gets postponed

After releasing the first look of Sonam Kapoor and Dulquer Salmaan starrer upcoming film, The Zoya Factor, the makers of this film have shared another information. The makers of The Zoya Factor shared..
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Madame Gandhi on gender equality, 'free-bleeding' and playing with M.I.A. while studying at Harvard

Kiran Gandhi aka Madame Gandhi, popularly known as the free-bleeding runner, talks about the actual reason for doing it, learning about gender quality from the likes of Hillary Clinton and Tony Blair,..
Firstpost - Published

Delhi's 3 Year Old Kids Celebrate Mother's Day in Unique Way

delhi's 3 year old kids celebrate mother's day in unique way
In an exemplary event, 3 year old kids at Delhi’s leading play school *Intelligentsia*, pledged to take care of their mothers by way of caring, listening and helping them. This was a part of..
NewsVoir - Published

Harvey Weinstein's lawyer Ronald Sullivan removed by Harward University from position of faculty dean

Some students and faculty members at Harvard have faulted Sullivan's decision to represent Harvey Weinstein and his response to students' concerns.
Firstpost - Published

Harvard drops Harvey Weinstein lawyer as faculty dean


newKerala.com - Published

Harvard professor loses house dean role after joining Weinstein defense

A Harvard law professor who joined the legal team defending Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein against sexual assault charges will not be allowed to continue as dean of a residential house on campus, a..
Reuters India - Published

Hiver Named a Leader in G2 Crowd’s Report for Email Software

*Hiver*, a leading provider of email collaboration solution for teams, announced today that G2 Crowd has ranked the company a Leader in its Spring 2019 reports for Email Software. Hiver has..
NewsVoir - Published

Facebook hiring fast to launch its own bitcoin

Facebook is working hard to launch its own bitcoin for cryptocurrency-based payments on its platform that has 2.38 billion users. According to a report in The Wall Street Journal on Friday, the..
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Intelligentsia Partners with Little Britain; Expands Footprints to South India

intelligentsia partners with little britain; expands footprints to south india
Delhi based highly researched play school Intelligentsia announces strategic partnership with Kochi based pre-school* Little Britain*. *Intelligentsia* is the brainchild of* Dr. Gaurav Nigam*, a..
NewsVoir - Published

Hiver at Google Cloud Next'19: How to get the Most Out of Google Groups

hiver at google cloud next'19:  how to get the most out of google groups
*Hiver*, a leading provider of email collaboration solution for teams, participated in *Google Cloud Next’19*. The conference that took place earlier in April at Moscone Center in San Francisco, is a..
NewsVoir - Published

United States: Four-Year Court Battle Between Deaf Advocates And Harvard Over Closed Captioning Of Videos Proceeds To Discovery With Some Limitations - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Seyfarth Synopsis: Four years and two motions to dismiss based on the pleadings later, the National Association of the Deaf's (NAD) online video captioning lawsuit against Harvard
Mondaq - Published

Harvard grad uses data for grassroots governance


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Hiver Appoints New VP of Business Development

hiver appoints new vp of business development
*Hiver*, a leading provider of email collaboration solutions for teams, today announced the appointment of *Michael Benayoun* as the VP of Business Development for its global operations. In this role,..
NewsVoir - Published

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