Jeff is a Senior Staff Writer for The Herald covering Science and Research. A sophomore from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, he plans on concentrating in Computer Science. Aside from The Herald, Jeff likes to play guitar, listen to podcasts, and obsess over Joanna Newsom.

Articles by Jeff Demanche (6)

Terahertz data links, which researchers tested on the University’s campus, could increase rate of data transfer. The innovation could significantly increase the speed of wireless networks.

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Terahertz could be future of wireless communication, researchers say

February 13, 2018 0 comments

The frequency range found between microwave and infrared radiation could be a key player in the next generation of wireless communication.

Warren Alpert Medical School researchers find that a drug previously used to treat sun-induced skin growths has potential applications for skin cancer treatment.

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Research shows drug reduces risk of certain skin cancers

January 24, 2018 0 comments

A drug previously used for treatment of skin growths has been found to help prevent the development of certain skin cancers, according to a new clinical trial in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Led by Martin Weinstock, professor of dermatology and epidemiology at the Alpert Medical School, the […]

IBES creates environmental justice track

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IBES creates environmental justice track

November 30, 2017 0 comments

IBES has launched a new undergraduate track that brings a social equity focus to the environmental studies and environmental science concentrations.

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State officials act to stymie Rhode Island’s opioid epidemic

November 16, 2017 0 comments

In the midst of one of the deadliest public health crises in U.S. history, President Trump has declareD the opioid epidemic a “public health emergency,”

Algorithms can help in redistricting, scientists say

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Algorithms can help in redistricting, scientists say

October 26, 2017 0 comments

Gerrymandering — the redrawing of voting districts for political gain — has been a problem in the United States for over two centuries.

Researchers find evidence of ice on Mercury

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Researchers find evidence of ice on Mercury

October 16, 2017 0 comments

The planet closest to the sun might have large areas of previously undiscovered ice on its surface.