Roseanne Healy, former postdoctoral fellow with the Pfister Lab, and colleagues recently published a paper about the discovery of a new North American species of truffle
The Harvard Gazette takes us behind the scenes of the newly renovated Glass Flowers exhibit at the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
Author Michael Pollan discusses his latest project
The harlequin ladybird Harmonia axyridis is rapidly spreading around the world and citizen scientists have played an important role in tracking the species
The Glass Flowers exhibit at the Harvard Museum of Natural History will reopen to the public on Saturday, May 21, 2016.
HUH affiliate, Professor Elizabeth Wolkovich, talks about her Nature Climate Change letter on the link between wine and climate change in The Harvard Gazette.
The Harvard Crimson provides a glimpse of what goes on Behind the Exhibits
A new study in Nature Climate Change, led by HUH affiliate Prof. Andrew Richardson
Botany Library staff recently brought original Darwin letters, photos, and an annotated copy of The Origin of the Species
Gustavo A. Romero, Keeper of the Oakes Ames Orchid Herbarium
The Royal Society of Biology (England) has awarded their Postgraduate Textbook Prize to Curating Biocultural Collections: A Handbook
National Geographic recently published an article on a bamboo study involving HUH Director, Charles Davis.
Many thanks to JSTOR and the Global Plants Initiative for putting this video together of the HUH!
Professor Lorna J. Gibson is the Matoula S. Salapatas Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT.
Founded by William G. Farlow in the nineteenth century, The Farlow Library and Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany is home to a world-class collection of books, archives, and specimens
I use aerial photography of trees for my PhD research in biology. By taking imagery of the same trees over a period of time, I document the progression
The herbarium of Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862), housed at the Harvard University Herbaria, is in the process of being restored on Tuesdays
Professor Pfister will give a public lecture for the Harvard Museum of Natural History (HMNH) on Thursday, November 13 at 6:00pm.
Our affiliates at The Arnold Arboretum offer continuing adult education programs in horticulture, botany, and landscape-related courses
Danny Haelewaters, graduate student in the Pfister Lab, and co-authors in the Netherlands and Belgium, recently described a new species of fungi. Read all about it in The Guardian.