Noah Fields ’17 is out to test a hypothesis: “I think that children can learn philosophy,” he said.
Science & Research
A prehistoric family of kangaroos may have once walked on two feet, according to a new study by Professor of Biology Christine Janis.
Accommodations, security and policing stood out as major concerns in refugee camps in Jordan, according to a recent research article by Sarah Tobin.
After receiving funding from the National Science Foundation, the Earth Science Women’s Network launched as an official nonprofit organization this month.
The New England Fall Zone Conference of the National Society for Black Engineers brought together college and high school students from New England.
Recycled rainwater and gender divides in education took center stage Sept. 26 and Oct. 10 at the Brown-India Initiative’s Student Presentations Panel.
John Stein PhD’95 P’13, senior lecturer in neuroscience, said it was during graduate school that he first realized he “got a kick out of teaching.”
The Brown Institute for Brain Sciences has surpassed the halfway mark of its $50 million fundraising goal outlined in 2012.
Plants from more genetically diverse regions are more likely to become invasive species in new environments.
A team of Brown researchers, led by Hetal Marble GS, recently developed a new system for sorting fat tissue based on cells’ ability to become bone.