Undergraduate students reflect on their experiences in graduate-level classes.
Mira WhiteSenior Staff Writer
A Sept. 28 panel hosted by Brown Alt Protein Project allowed entrepreneurs and researchers to explore the future of protein and discuss the alternative protein scene.
A staple of college dorm rooms, Brita’s portable pitchers, jugs and water-bottle-style filtration systems claim to remove or reduce contaminants from water, including chlorine, lead and copper.
Faculty representing multiple departments were selected for both early-career success and distinguished research accomplishments.
The School of Public Health hosted its annual Public Health Research Day conference, which featured 151 posters from undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students.
As part of its 50 Years of Medicine at Brown celebration, the Warren Alpert Medical School hosted the opening of the #WallsDoTalk exhibit.
Pandit and Canuelas-Puri are one of the 47 students that were accepted out of the nearly 1000 applications to the fellowship.
‘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.
In a Nov. 17 open letter, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals called President Christina Paxson P’19 P’MD’20 to address “serious concerns about failing oversight in Brown’s animal experimentation program.” PETA cited 11 violations of federal animal welfare guidelines between July ...
Growing up in Warwick, Deborah Spears Moorehead only knew one Indigenous family in the city other than her own. A member of the Seaconke Pokanoket Wampanoag Tribal Nation, she wrote in an email to The Herald that she distinctly remembers feeling curious about her ancestors who first made their ...