Chris Schutte works as a Senior Staff Writer covering Science and Research. He is concentrating in Psychology and Philosophy and is horribly obsessed with basketball, soccer and a plethora of TV shows. He spends his time wishing the Oklahoma City Thunder would eventually win a playoff series, supporting the inconsistent tandem of Real Madrid and Manchester United and you can always approach him by using the code words, “Bears, Beets, Battlestar Galactica.”

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The college effect

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The college effect

May 25, 2018 0 comments
This article is part of the series Commencement Magazine 2018

Though events like Spring Weekend and Halloween may make substance use feel prevalent on campus, around 20 percent of students identify as substance-free.

Kenneth Miller ’70 dissects free will in new book

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Kenneth Miller ’70 dissects free will in new book

April 20, 2018 0 comments

What began as a debate in 1981 between Professor of Biology Kenneth Miller ’70 and scientific creationist Henry Morris has evolved into the publication of a biology textbook, involvement in court cases and the publication of books “The Human Instinct: How We Evolved to Have Reason, Consciousness, and Free Will.”

University expands role in National Public Health Week

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University expands role in National Public Health Week

April 5, 2018 0 comments

Under the Dean of the School of Public Health Bess Marcus, Brown has increased its efforts to promote public health and educate the community.

EQUiSat to launch into space May 9

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EQUiSat to launch into space May 9

March 21, 2018 0 comments

Since its conception nearly seven years ago, a continuously revolving group of University undergraduates has been diligently working to send a satellite into space.

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Study shows half of patients forget doctors’ instructions

March 21, 2018 0 comments

In the ever-evolving realm of health care in the United States, advancements in patient education have illuminated the need to change the structure of doctor-patient interactions.

Simple testing strips detect fentanyl drug in opioids

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Simple testing strips detect fentanyl drug in opioids

February 21, 2018 0 comments

The unknown presence of fentanyl — an opioid fifty times stronger than heroin — in many drugs has contributed to the increasingly fatal opioid crisis that has swept across the United States in recent years.

Tyler Devlin ’17, Daniel Xiang ’17, Daniel Kunin ’17 and Jingru Guo were inspired by computer science classes some had taken at Brown as well as the design experience brought from Guo’s time at RISD. The team began the project around the time of their graduation.

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Brown, RISD grads craft online statistics resource

February 8, 2018 0 comments

Daniel Kunin’s ’17 statistical visualization project “Seeing Theory” has recently garnered attention from students, schools and educators.

University researchers, led by Jacob Rosenstein ’ 05 (middle) and Brenda Rubenstein ’07 (front, second from right) have received $4.1 million grant for their work with molecular data storage.

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Scientists seek to raise efficiency of molecular data storage

January 31, 2018 0 comments

A group of University engineers and chemists, led by principal investigators Assistant Professor of Chemistry Brenda Rubenstein ’07 and Assistant Professor of Engineering Jacob Rosenstein ’05, has received a $4.1 million award to analyze new ways to store data using synthetic molecules.

College Curriculum Council, students consider shift in drop deadline date

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College Curriculum Council, students consider shift in drop deadline date

December 5, 2017 0 comments

Earlier this year, the CCC put forth a proposal to alter the course drop date deadline from the day before finals to the middle of October.

Face recognition manifests early in infancy, according to U. research

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Face recognition manifests early in infancy, according to U. research

November 9, 2017 0 comments

University researchers analyzed object and facial recognition in six- and ten-month-old infants for a study published in Developmental Science.