The school’s stance proves (once again) that being in Ivy League doesn’t necessarily mean higher intelligence.
Researchers are working on a tough type of glass that can’t become dirty–an invention that would have significant benefits to the solar panel industry.
Researchers search for a way to artificially mimic the collective behavior and “intelligence” of a bee colony.
Harvard tweaks a solid-oxide fuel cell, using a bilayer of platinum and vanadium oxide for the anode, to give it battery-like energy storage.
A Harvard historian says wind-power development follows a pattern familiar in green industries, as imaginative founders give way to big companies.
Harvard has achieved its 50th LEED certification, and has adopted a campus-wide goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions below 2006 levels.
The Multi Core Voltage Regulator, developed by a researcher, uses an algorithm to recognize parts of a processor that are not in use and cuts power to them.
Harvard researchers are looking to produce cheaper, more efficient fuel cells powered by sources like methane gas which would be mobile device focused.
Harvard is the proud new user of a large 500-kilowatt solar power system installed on the roof top of one of the historic buildings that comprise the Arsenal on the Charles complex.