BU’s 5 NSF Grant Winners Are Changing Conversations in Robotics, Computing, Mass Incarceration, Neurology, and More
The National Science Foundation CAREER award winners will advance research and expand educational opportunities for underrepresented groups in science
Cheng was chosen for his innovations in biomedical engineering, including inventing a treatment for MRSA and imaging molecules inside living cells.
Prestigious five-year award from the National Science Foundation will advance research and expand student opportunities.
Climate leaders from Boston University and around the country briefed Congressional staff on how they are working to train the next generation for careers solving the climate crisis.
A pioneer in treating anxiety, one in turning moon dust into oxygen, and one in developing disease diagnostics for low-resource communities recently appointed fellows Each year, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) recognizes scientists who have made major contributions to their fields of expertise. As the chaotic and uncertain year of 2020 […]
BU social worker will probe how COVID-19 hits the mental health of America’s future workforce, and what makes some people more resilient
Awards go to Questrom, CAS, and ENG junior faculty Jessica Simes, a CAS assistant professor of sociology, who studies incarceration and race, has been awarded the first University Provost’s Career Development Professorship. Photo (right) by Cydney Scott. When Jessica Simes was an undergraduate at Occidental College, she was captivated by issues of race and privilege in […]
Enrollment is way up, and more women are signing on Senior lecturer Dave Sullivan says changes in the Introduction to Computer Science course CS 111 have made it more appealing to students in general and women in particular. Photo by Jackie Ricciardi. Computer science has long been a popular subject on campus—but not like it […]