Pre-medical students wrote a petition last week calling for the University to expand the offerings of certain chemistry courses.
Science & Research
Warren Alpert Medical School students now have the opportunity to undertake extracurricular studies in LGBTQ healthcare and advocacy.
After six years studying amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a team of five University faculty members received a $1.8 million research grant this fall.
Gabriel Taubin and Daniel Moreno GS recently designed an algorithm allowing ordinary smart phones and digital cameras to become 3D scanners.
Rhode Island College hosted the 2016 Trans* Health Conference Jan. 30, offering presentations throughout the day.
The smaller the chameleon, the more powerful its tongue, wrote Christopher Anderson, postdoctoral research associate in ecology and evolutionary biology.
Brown and Rhode Island Hospital have received grants to develop and implement curricula in early substance abuse interventions.
A University study released earlier this month suggests that an anti-epilepsy drug is effective in reducing the amount of marijuana smoked by young adults.
The YURT Ultimate Reality Theater was officially unveiled last semester, and after six months of use, the possibilities for the facility seem limitless.
The Herald’s fall poll found that 14.7 percent of students do not exercise, and 39.5 percent exercise for one to three hours per week.