When Dawn King asked her class how many students were planning to attend this weekend’s People’s Climate March in New York, the response “inspired” her.
Science & Research
The sexual double standard — women are more criticized for sexual activity than men are — may play a role in bullying victimization for high school girls.
Professor of Neuroscience Diane Lipscombe will become interim director of the Brown Institute for Brain Science Jan. 1.
HIV research and prevention is an ever-changing field, and Miriam Hospital is helping lead a grant to develop innovative ways to deliver HIV-fighting drugs.
Yoga may have potential health benefits for people suffering from bipolar disorder, according to recent findings by University researchers.
The Ebola virus epidemic may be happening thousands of miles away, but that is not stopping University faculty and students from fighting the disease.
High blood pressure — also known as hypertension — may have previously unforeseen implications for the brain that can cause dementia in some older adults.
A new model in mice, developed by University researchers, could aid the understanding of human fat tissue growth in fetuses.
The typical museum seeks to preserve a part of the past so future generations learn from its artifacts. The Lost Museum takes a slightly different approach.
While three-dimensional cell cultures are often more realistic than two-dimensional ones, they are more difficult to view due to their complex structure.