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Bacevich, Andrew The role of a postmodern superpower. October 29, 1999
Bahan, Benjamin New software analyzes signed languages. September 26, 1997
Baird, Lloyd The U.S. Army as management guru? November 14, 1997
Balady, Gary Rx for heart disease: exercise. March 12, 1999
Clear! March 15, 2002
Bandini, Linda Overweight teens don't eat more junk food. April 3, 1998
Bandini, Linda G. Body building. February 21, 2003
Bania, Tom A weighty matter. January 11, 2002
Couch potato brain. May 16, 2003
Barabasi, Laszlo Clearing bottlenecks. February 20, 2004
Baram, Michael Is EMF a phantom risk? October 30, 1998
Bard, Kathryn Even more ancient. October 13, 2000
Barlow, David Private matters. February 27, 1998
New treatment loosens panicís hold. June 23, 2000
Barrett, Janice As if teenagers don't watch enough TV . . . April 3, 1998
Lay off the spam. March 10, 2000
Battaglia, Tracy Overcoming barriers. March 12, 2004
Bauchner, Howard Antibiotics overused due to parents' request and difficulty of diagnosis. February 26, 1999
Baum, Michael Scent of a woman. February 16, 2001
Bedell, Gary Back to school. October 13, 2000
Bedore, Christine New discoveries in an old collection. November 13, 1998
Belle, Deborah Family values. November 1, 2002
Belle, Deborah Build monster biceps? March 18, 2005
Benjamin, Emelia A "serious" and "common" heart condition found to be neither. July 16, 1999
Berko Gleason, Jean Lost in translation. February 6, 2004
Berlowitz, Dan Improving hypertension management. January 15, 1999
Improvements in nursing home care. February 4, 2000
Berman, Eli . . . it isn't. November 6, 1998
Bestavros, Azer Eliminating online congestion. November 17, 2000
Betke, Margrit A clearer picture. April 19, 2002
Bhattacharya, C.B. Cultivating customers. December 11, 1998
How healthy is your brand? September 10, 1999
Bicknell, William Be prepared. April 5, 2002
Biener, Lois Smoke-free bars make business -- and health -- sense. December 5, 1997
Bifano, Thomas No heavy metal in these CDs. October 17, 1997
Mirror, mirror, on the chip. September 22, 2000
Bigio, Irving Shedding light on cancer. October 11, 2002
Bigio, Irving On target. November 5, 2004
Blake, William Noisy yeast cells. April 18, 2003
Blanton, Elizabeth 100 million years and still going. January 21, 2005
Blasche, Greg Ennobling gas. April 5, 2002
Blatt, Gene Impaired communication. November 19, 2004
Bokhour, Barbara It takes your breath away. February 13, 2004
Borer, Michael Ian Myth of the Green Monster. September 19, 2003
Borreguero, Jose M. Tangled up. April 22, 2005
Bossy, Emmanuel Seeing bones better. October 10, 2003
Botticini, Maristella Alan Greenspan a medieval merchant banker? February 20, 1998
Bradbury, Brian The silver lining. April 8, 2005
Brannigan, Patrick Needful treatments. May 12, 2000
Brecher, Kenneth Did a galactic gamma-ray burst kill the dinosaurs? February 6, 1998
Why we see what we see. February 19, 1999
Broude, Natalia A new twist on a powerful theme. March 9, 2001
Broude, Natalia Punctuating the genome. December 3, 2004
Brown, Timothy Private matters. February 27, 1998
Brown, Sara Making strides in motion analysis. March 26, 1999
Brunel, Frederic It's the gift recipient's thoughts that count. April 16, 1999
Brush, Candida Women on the edge of a new venture. October 1, 1999
Venture capital: women need not apply? January 28, 2000
Bui, Linda . . . it isn't. November 6, 1998
Buldyrev, Sergey Taking the lung view. November 19, 1999
Brains waived. May 12, 2000
Buldyrev, Sergey Clearing bottlenecks. February 20, 2004
Buldyrev, Sergey Water wisdom and Widom December 6, 2005
Bursac, Nenad Engineers get a hearty start. October 15, 1999
Butler, John The nature of nature. October 22, 1999
Byers, John Eliminating online congestion. November 17, 2000

*Only faculty members that have appeared in Research Briefs are listed above.

"Research Briefs" is written by Joan Schwartz in the Office of the Provost. To read more about BU research, visit http://www.bu.edu/research.

       

19 May 2003
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