Professor Davis talks with Harvard Magazine about the peculiar genetics of Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world. Read more about Colossal Blossom
Diane M. Rielinger, Digital Projects Librarian for the Botany Libraries, recently wrote a blog post Read more about Orchidelirium: The Orchid Craze Takes Printed Form
Pfister Lab graduate student Danny Haelewaters and colleagues recently had a review paper Read more about Parasites of Harmonia axyridis
Students from Professor Donald Pfister's Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 54 course Read more about Third Fungus Fair put on by OEB 54
Professor Donald Pfister and Jean Beagle Ristaino's latest article in BioScience Read more about A close look at potato late blight
Davis Lab visiting postdoctoral fellow Emily Meineke's research on carbon storage in forests Read more about A Research Highlight in Nature
"I think you go into the exhibit and you come out with questions Read more about Spotlight on Harvard's Glass Flowers
HUH Postdoctoral Fellow Barnabas Daru talks seagrass with the Harvard Gazette. Read more about Strong case for seagrass
Hannah Zurier ’17 talks with the Harvard Gazette about her work with the Pfister Lab Read more about Search for famed truffle sends undergrad on path of discovery
HUH Director Charles Davis talks with Harvard Magazine about his vision to digitize the Herbaria's collections Read more about Reading Tea Leaves
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 Read more about New species of truffle discovered
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 Read more about Botany Libraries provide resources for Michael Pollan's latest work
The harlequin ladybird Harmonia axyridis is rapidly spreading around the world and citizen scientists have played an important role in tracking the species Read more about Harlequin ladybirds are taking over the world
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 Read more about Behind the Glass Flowers
A new study in Nature Climate Change, led by HUH affiliate Prof. Andrew Richardson Read more about Richardson Lab examines effects of climate change
Botany Library staff recently brought original Darwin letters, photos, and an annotated copy of The Origin of the Species Read more about Botany Library provides course support
Gustavo A. Romero, Keeper of the Oakes Ames Orchid Herbarium Read more about New species of orchid discovered