Fruits in Decay, a new special exhibit in the Glass Flowers gallery of the Harvard Museum of Natural History... Read more about Fruits in Decay
At the annual Mycological Society of America (MSA) meeting this week, Asa Gray Professor of Systematic Botany... Read more about Prof. Don Pfister receives Distinguished Mycologist Award
Several Herbaria staff and some students from the Pfister Lab participated in the 2019 Great Walden BioBlitz on July 6, 2019.... Read more about 2019 Great Walden BioBlitz
After 6 years of serving as Director of the Herbaria, Prof. Charles Davis has stepped down from the leadership role... Read more about Welcome, Elena!
Molly Edwards, OEB Graduate student (Kramer Lab) and the powerhouse behind Science IRL, put together an amazing video featuring our Paleobotanical Collection... Read more about Discovery of the first Precambrian fossils
The Harvard Herbaria are one of 17 research institutions participating in an effort to scan and share two million plant specimens over the next three years.... Read more about Digitizing Endless Forms
A special theme-issue of Philosophical Transactions B, Biological collections for understanding biodiversity in the Anthropocene, compiled and edited by Emily K. Meineke,... Read more about The Importance of Biological Collections
A blog post on BHL highlights how unprecedented research is being made possible with the digitization of archives, manuscripts, and books, such as Harvard Icones.... Read more about Unearthing Scientific History through Art
Emily Meineke, visiting Postdoctoral Fellow in the Davis Lab, is the lead author of a study to examine the effects of climate change over the last 100 years... Read more about Herbarium specimens reveal changes in herbivory patterns
Kanchi N. Gandhi, Senior Nomenclatural Registrar, has co-authored two new books on Indian Pteridophytes... Read more about An Annotated Checklist of Indian Pteridophytes
Alexandre Antonelli, Cisneros Visiting Scholar, and colleagues used information gathered from the natural-history collections of the HUH... Read more about Amazonian rainforests play key role in Neotropic diversity
Lucas Marinho, HUH Travel Grant recipient, has recently published a paper in Brittonia describing two new species of Tovomita... Read more about New Species of Tovomita
Professor Charles Davis and Aaron Ellison, Senior Research Fellow in Ecology at the Harvard Forest... Read more about The Brave New World of the Digital Herbarium
The Friends of the Farlow announces details for this year's Clara Cummings Walk... Read more about 2018 Clara Cummings Walk
Congratulations to Michaela Schmull, Director of Collections, on her honor of being awarded the Dean's Distinction Award!... Read more about Congratulations, Michaela!