A new BU-led study published Thursday in the journal Brain suggests that chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is caused by head injuries, not by concussions. The research explains why 20 percent of athletes who exhibited the early stages of the progressive brain illness postmortem never had a diagnosed concussion.
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Two student teams from BU were recognized for their scientific achievements during the 2017 International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Giant Jamboree.
Prof. Coskun earns two awards and two major grants in computing research By Gabriella McNevin Energy-efficient computing expert Professor Ayse […]
By Phillip Sitter | This article was originally published in News Tribune in Jefferson City, MO on August 9, 2017. In an effort to […]
By Amy Pollard (GRS ’19) The Boston University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) announces the reinstatement of the […]
Student projects on display at ECE Senior Design capstone event By Joel Brown for BU Today Photos by Dave Green Raindrops slap […]
Early Career Recognition to Students who Embrace Cross-Disciplinary Research By Amy Pollard (GRS ’19) PhD candidate Alex Matlock (EE ‘21) […]
Two ECE undergraduates, Ami Vyas (EE ’17) and Zachary Lasiuk (EE ’17) won scholarships through the IEEE Power & Energy […]
by Emily Wade The digital revolution has shifted and blurred the once-rigid boundaries between electrical engineering (EE) and computer engineering […]
Five-Year Research Arrangement Promises Mutual Benefits By Art Jahnke. This story originally appeared in BU Today. Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of […]