Twenty-two Fontbonne Hall Academy students have been learning about engineering design principles and collaborating on projects through the online course.
Science & Research
A University study suggests a link between a brain area called the rostrolateral prefrontal cortex and the ability to stay on track in a sequence of tasks.
A paper recently published by a University researcher reports on the causes of burnout among doctors, as well as the impact of it on patient care quality.
Equipped with cameras, sensors and facial recognition technology, a new robot model shaped like a penguin may help screen for and treat autism in children.
The Providence-based DNA sequencing company Nabsys is shutting its doors after nearly eight years in operation.
The National Science Foundation renewed the $17.5 million grant that funds the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics.
“Why are young Westerners drawn to terrorist organizations like ISIS?” That is the question that Haque explored in an article of the same name.
Researchers are working to determine the causes of an increased number of dead fish in local waters this summer.
Lauren Weinstock and Jennifer Johnson recently received a grant to test whether a new intervention can help lower suicide rates following jail release.