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Study links mental health to bullying

The likelihood of a child being a bully triples if the child has a mental health disorder, according to a study conducted by Frances Turcotte-Benedict GS, a teaching fellow in pediatric emergency medicine at Hasbro Children's Hospital. Turcotte-Benedict presented her results at the national conference ...


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Science & Research Roundup: Oct. 31, 2012

  Prof. explains blue skin condition The phenomenon of skin turning blue has been associated with the consumption of silver for years, but the connection between the color and the element was never clear until now. Brown professors have figured out the process underlying this rare condition known ...


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Study investigates alcohol intervention

Though computer-delivered alcohol interventions can have short-term benefits, they are not as effective as face-to-face interventions in reducing college students' alcohol consumption in the long term, according to a recent study led by Kate Carey, professor of behavioral and social sciences at Brown. ...


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NSF awards U. researchers $1.75 million grant

Researchers at Brown recently received a $1.75 million grant from the National Science Foundation's Centers for Chemical Innovation Program to study whether carbon dioxide can be used in place of fossil fuels in the production of industrial chemicals. The multidisciplinary, multi-institutional project ...


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Panel talks intersection of science, art

Five artists and scientists spoke Tuesday evening as part of a Brain Storm panel about the connection between science and art. Produced by the Everett Company, the speakers discussed how they had integrated science and art within their own careers and how the two can be combined in science education. The ...


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Researchers use fruit flies to investigate seizures

Tiny fruit flies may hold the key to unlocking the mysteries behind certain diseases. University researchers, in collaboration with researchers at the University of California at Irvine, used a technique known as homologous recombination to model temperature-dependent seizures - known as febrile seizures ...


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Talk identifies science communication barriers

The country's lack of interdisciplinary infrastructure prevents scientists from effectively communicating their work, a job made urgent by the growing ethical, legal and social implications of emerging developments in science, said Dietram Scheufele, chair of science communication at the University ...


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Nobel laureate debunks radiation myths

Nobel Prize laureate Professor of Physics Leon Cooper addressed the public perception of radiation's effect in a discussion sponsored by the Triple Helix publication at the Brown Bookstore yesterday. "Public response to radiation is one of exaggerated fear," Cooper said. He pointed out that people do ...


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Photon research offers promise for tech field

Editor's note: This article contains a number of passages that presented as direct quotations language that differed from the wording originally used by the individuals quoted. In addition, several of these quotes and paraphrased information attributed to the sources was factually inaccurate. The article ...





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