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Larry Epstein, professor of economics, and Paula Fredriksen, professor emeritus of religion, have been elected members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
The College of Arts and Sciences is saddened by the death of Master’s degree student Lu Lingzi (GRS’14), one of three people who died in Monday’s Boston Marathon bombing.
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.
Quinn (CAS’89), former BU associate head coach, will replace retiring coach Jack Parker.
New study finds that children endorse fairness norms related to sharing, but often don't act accordingly.
The University Lecture Committee invites faculty members to identify nominees for the 2013 University Lecturer.
In a new study, Boston University researchers have found that butterflies show signs of being affected by climate change in a way similar to plants and bees, but not birds.
A team researchers including Boston University Professor of Biology Les Kaufman has found that international trade in live corals may actually be helping to preserve the species.
Ethan Baxter has spent his career studying the geological processes that affect the evolution of the Earth's crust and the crust's interactions with the mantle and surface. The lectures, funded by the Mineralogical Society of America (MSA), emphasized processes that occur over long periods of geologic time.
A brief window of opportunity exists to shape the development of cities globally before a boom in infrastructure construction transforms urban land cover, according to researchers at Boston University, Yale, and Texas A & M.