Edward Melillo, associate professor of history and environmental studies at Amherst College, has been drawn to insects since childhood.
Science & Research
The University’s mission statement states Brown will “serve the community, the nation and the world by discovering, communicating and preserving knowledge.”
The 2017 Brown Brain Fair saw people of many different ages and interests come together with a single purpose — to learn about the brain.
We may not know as much as we think we do, University research suggests.
After nearly a century of dormancy, for-profit medical schools are making a return in the United States.
Even simple communication is a constant struggle for paralyzed patients.
College and high school students, general data enthusiasts and hackers came together to learn and work overnight in the University’s 2017 Datathon.
Creating models of the brain is a daunting task, but round structures assembled from brain cells demonstrate many qualities of the tissue within our skulls.
A new study by Associate Professor of History Linford Fisher shows the problem in colonial New England reaches further than previously assumed.