Under the sea By examining layers of sediment from deep under the ocean floor, a research expedition led by a University professor aims to reconstruct more than 15 million years of monsoon history, according to a University press release. Steven Clemens, associate professor of earth, environmental and planetary sciences, returned […]
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Navigating the transition from living at home to attending a residential college can be especially difficult for students with chronic health conditions.
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Harvard Prof. Michael Brenner and Executive Chef Mark Ladner entertained the audience by examining the intersection of cooking and mathematics Tuesday.
A new test developed by researchers at Brown and Johns Hopkins could allow for improvements in the ability of computer vision systems to recognize objects.
Gokaslan will leave his posts as director of the Neurosurgical Spine Center and vice chairman of neurosurgery at the John Hopkins School of Medicine July 1.
Though Muslims made up only 16 percent of India’s population in 2006, they accounted for 70 percent of those infected with polio.
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“Gene expression is really simple. Everyone should know it and feel comfortable thinking about it,” said Nobel laureate Craig Mello ’82 at a lecture Sat.
University biologists recently discovered a specific gene in human males that may be essential to sperm production later in life.