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Research at Boston University

Death of a Theory

Kenneth Lane finds a new direction after retiring an old theory.

Audio Magic

Joshua Fineberg uses music to create intersections between art and technology.

The Anatomy of Trauma

Ann McKee tracks the causes and effects of brain injury.

Dead Man Walking

Robert Pinsky translates an 18th century German play for modern American audiences.

All's Fair

Peter Blake leads studies on how children learn to share.

The Physics of Fractions

Studying low energy particles brought to near absolute zero temperature.

Preserving a Shared History

Diana Wylie studies the preservation of public space in Morocco.

What We Look For

Raising questions about what and how we see when we visit museums and galleries.

Equal and Opposite Forces

Two assistant professors, on two competing experiments, collided July 4, 2012.

Reading the Signs of Stress

Amie Grills-Tacquechel studies anxiety in various contexts of children's lives.

Icons of the Fantastic

Regina Hansen dissects representations of religion in popular culture.

A Literary Life in Letters

Exploring the life of Thomas Moore, in his own words.

The Measure of a Muon

Steve Ahlen on fine-tuning a LHC detector.

All in the Timing

Tyrone Porter targets cancer with a lesson learned from cold medicine.

Filmmaker, Artist, Lightning Rod

How one man's struggle influenced a young student halfway around the world.

Education at Home and Abroad

Studying the value of an online education.

Toward a Treatment

Findings that create the basis for developing therapeutic drugs to combat Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases.

A New Discourse

Exploring the texts that unite and divide us.

Counting Syllables

Examining how children learn to read mono- and polysyllabic words.

Making It Big with Little Machines

David Bishop is developing a new technique for manufacturing devices at the nanoscale.

Ancient Interpretations

Deeana Klepper tracks the cultural intersections between Christians and Jews in medieval Europe.

All in the Genes

Lindsay Farrer identifies genes associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease.

Reimagining Reality

Robert C. Neville works on a new theory of religion and a redefinition of God.

The Story Behind the Smile

What does gum disease have to do with memory loss?

A Different Kind of Danger

Sexual assault in the military and its effects on men and women returning from service.

Arts that Endure

Fostering the arts at Boston University.

Unfinished Business

Sheldon Glashow moves beyond the Standard Model.