Trove of far-flung galaxy clusters offers clues to dark matter and dark energy.
Fallou Ngom’s book wins Melville J. Herskovits Prize for the most important scholarly work in African studies.
A Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Family-Focused Treatment and Individual Supportive Therapy for Depression in Childhood and Early Adolescence
Martha Tompson conducts the largest clinical trial ever to examine a non-medical treatment for children with depressive disorders.
Tropical Pacific Climate Variability Over the Last 6,000 Years as Recorded in Bainbridge Crater Lake, Galápagos
Diane Thompson explores how finely laminated sediments in the Galápagos provide a record of El Niño events and climate variability.
In an age of self-driving cars and autonomous drones, artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming a bigger part of our lives.
By 2050, Boston hopes to go fully green, and BU wants to help make that possible.
The often-hidden struggles of LGBTQ+ individuals in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields are particularly challenging to quantify and address.
What the study of food in Mozambique can tell us about climbing the social ladder.
Pioneering neuroscientist, Nancy Kopell, explores how brain rhythms help us think.
CAS Associate Professor Elizabeth Blanton’s 20-year question delivers trove of far-flung galaxy clusters.