Moterle Publishes Short Story Collection
Véronique Moterlé, part-time lecturer in French, has published a new collection—in French
Kecia Ali, a professor of religion in CAS, is writing a book about gender bias in her field.
As the world spends money to combat COVID-19, experts explain how protecting tropical forests can prevent disease.
Boston University computer science researchers want to protect images and videos from malicious manipulations known as deepfakes.
BU’s first mission from the Student Satellite Initiative ANDESITE was launched into Earth's orbit on June 13.
What causes a pandemic may also cause climate change. BU scientists discuss how that changes what we know about both.
Sociology Professor and Associate Dean will work with Brandeis University to change the national conversation about poverty.
Earth and Environment professors discuss what less commuting during the pandemic means for Boston.
Creative Writing Lecturer Sigrid Nunez's book The Friend also won a National Book Award in 2018.
A history professor studies the opioid trade and how it, and the work of the poppy farmers, has evolved.
BU cybersecurity experts are working on a project to navigate the spread of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2.