White House unveils strategy for online 'identity ecosystem.' The question is whether the private sector will make sure consumer privacy continues to be protected. Since technology will continue to evolve, the government will have to stay involved with the industry-led credentialing process, said Susan Landau, a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University.
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As governments around the world debate steps to slow emissions of greenhouse gases that cause climate change, scientists like Susan Solomon are peering into the future and reaching an uncomfortable conclusion. Solomon was among several speakers at Radcliffe for the Institute's annual science symposium.
Something in the Air: Climate Change, Science and Policy Symposium will be held today in the Radcliffe Gymnasium, 10 Garden Street, Cambridge. Members of the public are welome.
Dean Barbara J. Grosz of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study announced today (April 14) that she will step down at the end of this academic year.
Fellow Susan Landau discusses wiretapping, unintended consequences, connecting the dots, and the role of surveillance in society.
Fellow and scholar Hauwa Ibrahim works with the powerless in West Africa to navigatie Shariah, Islam's traditional law.
Radcliffe fellow and theater director John Tiffany explores the ways people communicate, complete with tics.
Professor Irving Epstein has spent four decades studying patterns from chemistry and mathematics to animal fur and social systems.
The Wall Street Journal interviews Ela Bhatt, founder of the Self-Employed Women's Association and 2011 Radcliffe Institute Medal Recipient.
During a talk at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Annette Gordon-Reed unravels the complex Jefferson-Hemings family ties.