donation of oral care technology boosts periodontal research at
Although the American public doesn’t usually think of gum disease
as a killer, studies have shown that associated infections can lead to
an increased risk of heart disease.
course raises intelligence on homeland security
Arthur Hulnick's popular new course Intelligence
and Homeland Security is one of the first in the nation to examine
the sprawling responsibilities of the
six-month-old Department of Homeland Security.
NIH grant creates Autism Research Center
This year, Boston University received a five-year,
$8.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to create the
BU Autism Research
Center of Excellence, which will participate in one of the largest autism
research efforts ever undertaken.
Ramos: studying 40 million years of climate change
Maureen Raymo has certainly received her share of awards — and her share
of notoriety — in two decades of studying the causes of climate change.
an easy rider
This summer David Montgomery (GRS’05) rode his
bicycle more than 7,800 miles, from Vladivostok, Russia, across 13
time zones to Scheveningen,
a coastal city in the Netherlands.
Daniel Goldin, president-elect of Boston University, winds
up for the ceremonial first pitch
12th annual Boston University Golf and Tennis Tournament was held
at Wellesley Country Club in Wellesley on Monday, September 22.