University researchers have developed an imaging technique that distinguishes cells that have gone through a change that occurs during cancerous growth.
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Assistant Professor of Biostastitics Xi Luo and other researchers have received a grant of more than $1.2 million over three years.
One could say the brain is an interdisciplinary organ.
From the use of fume hoods to the multiple trainings that students must attend to do lab work, safety precautions and protocols are emphasized across Brown.
Researchers from Brown hope that transcranial magnetic stimulation will become the first successful treatment for frontotemporal dementia.
Reducing children’s lead levels can lead to significant positive effects on test scores, according to a National Bureau of Economic Research working paper.
University researchers examined how people judge competence and morality based on observed levels of self-enhancement in a study published Oct. 4.
Animal rights organization Stop Animal Exploitation NOW! filed an official complaint against the University with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Oct. 2.
Brain blast; species on species on species; anthropology in the digital age
Alexander Blum ’16, a former Herald metro editor, is the first Brown student recognized by the international academic program the Undergraduate Awards.