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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.
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.
This summer, BU students will take part in two new study abroad programs in Zanzibar and Dakar.
The BU BUILDS team took third place in the Polytechnic Institute of New York University’s Cyber-Security Awareness Week Capture-the-Flag competition.
Boston University researchers this month will fire up the largest academic GPU (graphics processing unit) computer cluster on the East Coast, thanks to a gift from Hewlett-Packard.
Boston University recently announced the establishment of the Drapkin-Fasel Graduate Fellowship Fund in Judaic Studies, made possible by a gift of $1.1 million from the late Dr. Fasel.
The Minor in Sustainable Energy allows a student in any four-year undergraduate School or College to complete a coherent suite of classes that reveals the interdisciplinary nature of energy studies.
Around 25 students from the CAS First Year Experience Program, which helps first-year students take advantage of all that BU and CAS have to offer, enjoyed a tour of Boston recently.
Bennett Goldberg, a professor in the CAS Physics Department, has been inspiring students and conducting cutting-edge research for decades. Now, he has been given this year's United Methodist Scholar/Teacher of the Year Award.