This fall, the Brown University Herbarium welcomed back a piece of the University’s history: mushrooms pressed onto paper.
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ASU assistant professor Katelyn Cooper discusses STEM student mental health at Sheridan Center eventBy Robayet Hossain | October 26
Cooper’s lab “surveyed thousands of … students with anxiety and depression.”
The study will evaluate the impact of the nation’s first publicly recognized OPCs — supervised injection sites where individuals can consume illicit drugs under the watch of medical professionals — located in New York City and, by 2024, in Providence, where the country’s first state-approved ...
While Brown’s campus is known for its rigorous academic curriculum and diverse student body, it is also home to a thriving music scene. For some, College Hill is where a hobby of playing music became something bigger.
Biomedical Center renovations lead to office displacement and reduced research capacity.
The new technique is cost-effective and more accurate than previous methods.
This past Winter Session, 12 University students traveled to Israel as part of BIOL 1980: “HIV/AIDS in Diverse Settings: Focus on Israel.” The course examines HIV/AIDS in the context of Israel’s “diverse society, unique demographics and universal healthcare,” according to its description on ...
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 ...