Jonathan Douglas serves as a section editor for Science and Research, after covering the same beat for a year as a senior staff writer. He is a junior from Westchester, New York and is concentrating in Political Science and Computer Science. When not at the Herald, Jonathan loves to misquote movies and send absurd snapchats.

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Corporation celebrates Friedman Hall, BrownTogether

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Corporation celebrates Friedman Hall, BrownTogether

October 29, 2018 0 comments

Corporation members joined faculty and students to celebrate the completed renovations of Friedman Hall at the annual fall meeting, President Christina Paxson P’19 wrote in a campus-wide email Sunday.

In a talk moderated by Edward Steinfeld, director of the Watson Institute, former secretary of state John Kerry delved into topics like climate change, voting dynamics and his military and political career.

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Kerry emphasizes elections, climate change

October 11, 2018 0 comments

John Kerry, former secretary of state and long-time senator, spoke to a packed audience in Salomon Hall this Wednesday. In a wide-ranging talk moderated by Director of the Watson Institute Edward Steinfeld, Kerry highlighted his personal experiences as a soldier in Vietnam and as a legislator.

Herald speaks with John Kerry P’97

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Herald speaks with John Kerry P’97

October 6, 2018 0 comments

In anticipation of his lecture in Salomon Auditorium Wednesday, former secretary of state and long-time senator John Kerry P’97 spoke with The Herald about recent events in foreign policy, the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh and his upcoming speech at the University.

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Science & Research Roundup, Oct. 5

October 4, 2018 0 comments

At first glance, it could be easy to dismiss a patch in the Guatemalan jungle as just trees and plants. But after extensive analysis of a region spanning more than 2,100 square kilometers, a team of researchers has discovered an expansive ancient Mayan civilization overrun by the surrounding flora.

Oludurotimi Adetunji, Associate Dean of the college for undergraduate research and inclusive science, said faculty feedback prompted the change.

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UTRA program to cover research costs

September 24, 2018 0 comments

At the annual Summer Research Symposium in August, hundreds of students presented their work on topics from archeology to biomedical engineering, and roughly 85 percent of the presenters received Undergraduate Teaching and Research Awards grants for their work.

New CS prof starts machine learning lab

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New CS prof starts machine learning lab

September 6, 2018 0 comments

As computer science students flood into the newly-renovated CIT, they will be joined by Stephen Bach, an assistant professor who joined the department this semester.

Thirty University students, alums chosen for grants

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Thirty University students, alums chosen for grants

April 15, 2018 0 comments

After proposing projects on topics ranging from particle physics to the mechanisms of chewing in animals, 30 University students and alums have been selected as winners of the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship.

Professor brings international science to University

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Professor brings international science to University

April 1, 2018 0 comments

In the midst of the Cold War, the Soviet Union and the United States competed in virtually every arena, each power vying for the political, economic and military advantage.

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Science & Research Roundup

January 31, 2018 0 comments

A study conducted by researchers at the University identified an enzyme, SNRK, that could play a role in combating obesity in humans, according to a University press release.

Researchers measure masses of material distributed in Earth’s mantle

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Researchers measure masses of material distributed in Earth’s mantle

November 29, 2017 0 comments

The Earth is a dynamic system, constantly in motion both above and below its surface.

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