Rush's book, “The Quickening: Creation and Community at the Ends of the Earth,” will be released in August.
Science & Research
Researchers and students offer insights into benefits, limitations of student samples in studies.
Researchers gathered over the weekend to present their work and celebrate the accomplishments of physician-scientists.
Study shows effectiveness of COVID-19 convalescent plasma therapy in early disease stages, outpatient settingsBy Gabriella Vulakh | March 2
Convalescent plasma therapy found to be effective in preventing hospitalizations and treating COVID-19 early on.
John Nicklas ’20 GS designed his own graduate program focused on the relationship between climate change and human health.
The Brown Renewable Energy and Sustainability Society wants to create a certificate of sustainability in the university and capitalize on recent student interest.
Last week, Brown celebrated its fourth annual Love Data week, sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and the University Library. From Feb. 14 to 18, researchers, data scientists, physicians and other university staff members gave presentations on data management, sharing and preservation, ...
Pandit and Canuelas-Puri are one of the 47 students that were accepted out of the nearly 1000 applications to the fellowship.
University researchers publish findings on neural polarization between liberal and conservative participantsBy Gabriella Vulakh | February 15
The study found that individuals with the same ideological beliefs share similar neural patterns when processing political information.
Butler-Brown researches partner with Swedish BIOFINDER study to aid in early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s.
‘The biggest threat facing humanity’: School of Public Health experts discuss climate, health intersectionsBy Mira White | February 6
The School of Public Health hosts the first in a series of seminars titled Climate & Health.
Fulya Pinar spoke about her research on social movements and displacement in Turkey and the Middle East during a talk at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs.
The University announces that there are no new changes to its COVID policy. A booster clinic was held on Jan. 25 with another planned for Feb. 2.
Married university professors solved the centuries-old interpolation problem in a mathematical proof.
The Neuroscience Departmental Undergraduate Group hosted several tours for undergraduate students to see neuroscience research first-hand and learn how to become more involved with specific labs at the Sidney Frank Hall for Life Sciences on Dec. 5. “This is the first time we’ve done a NeuroDUG ...
The 30th Annual European Symposium on Algorithms awarded its 2021 Test-of-Time Award to Sorin Istrail, professor of computational and mathematical sciences and professor of computer science, and his collaborators for their paper “SNPs Problems, Complexity and Algorithms.” The award recognizes ...
Riley Flores ’22.5 received the best research presentation award at the 2022 National Convention of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, held in Charlotte, N.C. Her presentation, titled “A Device for Multiplexed Processing of Glioblastoma Spheroids,” is part of a research project ...
The Warren Alpert Medical School's Healthcare in America elective hosted Steven Wartman, an expert in managing academic health centers, for a talk on the use of artificial intelligence in medical practice titled “The Doctor and the Machine” Tuesday afternoon.
A new paper published in mid-October by a team of University researchers calls into question whether police presence is necessary for responding to drug overdose incidents.
The University signed an agreement with Lifespan and Care New England to coordinate the institutions’ health and medical research operations, according to a Nov. 15 University press release. The collaboration, established by an aligned research collaboration agreement, brings the research ...