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According to a new study co-authored by Assistant Professor of Anthropology Jeremy De Silva in the journal Science, our Australopithecus ancestors may have used a different approach to walking than previously believed.
A BU computer science student "hacking" team won Second Place Overall at the Clean Web Hackathon for developing software that helps mobile device users learn environmental information about their present location.
CAS' Christopher Maurer curates a new exhibit at the New York Public Library showcasing Spanish poet Federico García Lorca’s time spent in the city.
CAS Professor Vivien Schmidt pioneers a new type of educational collaborative, building relationships for BU with universities around the world.
A team of BU scientists is applying “plug-and-play” technology—standardized software interfaces that allow devices to easily talk to each other—to satellite design.
As the world gets to know the new Pope, Assistant Professor of History Phillip Haberkern offers his assessment.
The particle discovered last summer is looking more like a Higgs boson. BU physicists played major roles in capturing and analyzing the data.
CAS archaeologists recently tested their latest research tool, a remote-controlled hexacopter, over BU Beach.
Temperature and vegetation in northern latitudes resembles that found much further south just 30 years ago.