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Computer scientist Cynthia Dwork has been honored for groundbreaking research into novel methods that help preserve privacy of individuals' personal information: http://hvrd.me/uHTt30antZq

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As massive amounts of data are generated from science, engineering, social sciences, and medicine, researchers are grappling with how to make sense of all this information. The newly launched Harvard Data Science Initiative will make it possible to take methodology and tools from one domain to another and discover new applications: http://hvrd.me/LDUF30alrUT

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Alumna Ece Kamar, Ph.D. '10 (computer science) doesn't think the rise of artificial intelligence systems will spell doom for humanity. Rather, this Microsoft Research scientist studies how humans and machines can more effectively work together: http://hvrd.me/IRpH30aixpN

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Today is the beginning of Advising Fortnight at Harvard, an opportunity for freshmen to explore the many different concentrations the University has to offer. Did you know that nearly 20 percent of Harvard College undergraduates are studying one of the seven SEAS concentrations? Learn more about SEAS: http://hvrd.me/fGgJ30agTA6
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On April 7, graduate alumni from around the world will gather for a reunion and symposium that celebrates the history, scholarship, and bright future of Harvard SEAS. Register now to join your classmates and colleagues at this special event: http://hvrd.me/zOxM30ae0zi

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170 years ago, Harvard SEAS was founded on the idea of building a professional school where advances would not be made in a vacuum, but rather provide inspiration for the work of those who would come later: http://hvrd.me/k1l930aacwc

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Scientists have long grappled with the challenges of delivering drugs directly into cells. New research at SEAS shows that tiny gold pyramids could hold the key to delivering molecules into cells with high efficiency and no lasting damage: http://hvrd.me/orZk30aa0yi

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Green and lush, the Amazonian rainforest of Peru’s Madre de Dios region envelops students and faculty as they trek through thick underbrush. Ahead, rivulets of tainted water flow into the nearby river, giving the water a dull, orange hue. During a collaborative field program in Peru, Harvard students developed equipment that could be used by local villagers to filter river water contaminated by illegal mining activities: http://hvrd.me/ZOIY30a7Sxb #WorldWaterDay

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Alumna Amy Kerdok, Ph.D. '06 (biomedical engineering) spends her workdays developing surgical robots. But she finds fresh perspective in her spare time by learning the delicate craft of woodworking with hand tools: http://hvrd.me/QaRr30a50Qe

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Spring has officially arrived. Students are picking up speed working on final thesis and course projects. Add harvardseas on Snapchat to see what #LifeatSEAS is like during this busy season: https://www.snapchat.com/add/harvardseas
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