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Beyond the Barriers to Productive Aging
In conjunction with the White House Conference on Aging, BU Professor Ernest Gonzales helps policymakers address the needs of the nation's increasingly diverse older adults. Find out more
Moving to Improve
BU is training new teachers how to use physical activity to help Boston students... More
What the T Can Tell Us About Health Inequalities
BU School of Public Health Dean Sandro Galea uses public transportation hubs to demonstrate major health disparities among Boston residents. Find out more
Space Science for Bone Biologists
With support from NASA and the National Institutes of Health, BU researchers send bone... More
Could an Ebola Treatment Already Exist?
What if Zoloft and Vascor—safe prescription drugs that you can pick up at your CVS for depression and heart trouble, respectively—could treat Ebola? Take a look.
Strong Alcohol Laws Help Prevent Teen Binge Drinking
A BU School of Public Health and Boston Medical Center study... More
ON THE CHARLES RIVER
Senator Markey Addresses BU Law Commencement
In a speech ranging from civil rights to climate change to Reese Witherspoon, Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) tells BU School of Law graduates they will achieve "amazing things.” Watch the speech
Catching Lung Cancer Early
A new test developed by BU School of Medicine... More
Making Research Work
What happens when federal funding stalls, when the media misinterprets data, or when junior scientists can't find a job? BU explores some of the challenges facing researchers today.
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Congratulations, Class of 2015!
BU faculty and staff offer words of wisdom for graduating seniors.
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BU IN DC
Bringing Boston to the Beltway
BU President Robert A. Brown and Provost Jean Morrison met with federal policymakers and hosted a Capitol Hill reception on April 28. Find out more
A New Map for Greenhouse Gas
BU researchers use funding from NASA, the National Science Foundation and the Department of... More
BU IN DC
You're Invited: Bringing Boston to the Beltway
We hope you can join us on April 28 for a Capitol Hill reception hosted by BU President Robert A. Brown and University Provost Jean Morrison. RSVP today
Students Doing Good, One App at a Time
The Global App Initiative, a three year-old... More
ON THE CHARLES RIVER
Welcome the Questrom School of Business
A record-breaking gift from trustee Allen Questrom ('64) and wife Kelli Questrom renames a century-old school, enables the recruitment of top faculty, and helps graduate students. Learn more
A Healthier Urban Future
School of Public Health Dean Sandro Galea envisions a healthier urban... More
MA Universities Urge Congress to Support Students, Research
BU, Harvard and MIT asked the Massachusetts Congressional delegation to support federal investment in student aid, research, and the humanities in fiscal year 2016. Read the memo
Ready to Make Medical Breakthroughs
The National Science Foundation says BU's biophotonics center is "poised to make... More
Gugliuzza Testifies on Patent Demand Letters
Professor Paul Gugliuzza testified before the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade on February 26. Find out more
The 58 Billion Dollar Man
Four star general Dennis Via leads the Army Materiel Command, ensuring that our armed forces receive everything they need in the... More