Throughout history, groups of nomads have not always been given the attention they deserve, said Nicola Di Cosmo.
Science & Research
In a recent paper, Joseph Crisco, professor of orthopaedic research, and his team studied the efficacy of four helmet types in reducing the impact of hits.
Karla Kaun, assistant professor of neuroscience, plans to examine how memory affects millions of fruit flies’ preference for alcohol after intoxication.
As an alternative to applying for research grants, some Brown community members have begun using experiment.com to fund their research projects.
In August, a Dutch tourist crashed an unmanned aerial vehicle — widely referred to as a drone — into an active hot spring in Yellowstone National Park.
This article is part of the series Fall 2014 Student PollAround one-third of students have worked on research while at Brown, according to a Herald poll conducted Oct. 22-23. But this percentage varies largely based on factors such as class year and concentration. While only about 15 percent of first-years […]
“We really want to talk about two sides to this story,” said Guy Edwards, a research fellow at the Institute for the Study of the Environment and Society.
Thinking about the long-term health effects of eating unhealthful foods may be a useful way to combat cravings.
Though Leila Blatt ’15 has taken courses across a range of disciplines, she began to realize her final papers were always related to one topic.
Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease may share the same genetic origin, according to a recent study.