Albert Einstein, one of the Institute's first Faculty members, argued that what we understand as gravity is, in fact, from the curvature of space and time — a hotly debated notion among physicists at the time. Then came the solar eclipse of 1919 — more...
Kristen Ghodsee , former Member in the School of Social Science and President of the Association of Members of the Institute for Advanced Study, writes in the New York Times about how women under communism enjoyed more sexual please because they championed sexual equality...
On Aug. 21, a total solar eclipse will be visible from a narrow ribbon of land—the “path of totality,” which stretches across the United States from Oregon to South Carolina. It will be the first total eclipse visible...
Harvard University will hold a memorial in celebration of the life and legacy of Maryam Mirzakhani , Member (2015) in the School of Mathematics, on Sunday, August 13. Speaking on Mirzakhani’s impact on science and society will be Roya Beheshti; Curtis T. McMullen...