After gas stoves take some heat in political culture wars, a BU public health expert says there are good reasons to switch to electric—but there are safety steps you can take in the meantime
New book from BU anthropologist Joanna Davidson explores how women are moving away from traditional marriage arrangements
Whether someone needs to stop smoking, start an exercise routine, or get their kids to brush their teeth, BU professor and psychologist Belinda Borrelli helps motivate change
Nature publishes BU-led COVID study that made international headlines; scientists find viral protein called NSP6, not just spike, responsible for making Omicron less dangerous than past variants
BU anthropologist Fallou Ngom discovered Ajami, a modified Arabic script, in a box of his late father’s old papers
South Africa has one of the highest rates of perinatal depression in the world; a new research-infused clinician training film aims to get patients the help they need
The National Institute on Aging and the McKnight Brain Research Foundation award a research team at the BU Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine $20 million to study why some centenarians never develop Alzheimer’s Disease.
CARB-X, a BU-based partnership that aims to solve antimicrobial resistance, receives up to $370 million in new funding from BARDA and charitable foundation Wellcome.
BU's SHIELD DRIVE Science Center is selected by NASA for Phase 2 funding totaling $15 million to better understand the nature and structure of the heliosphere.
The NSF awards a half of a million dollars to a research team in the College of Arts & Sciences to study multinational corporations and carbon emissions.
? 8 BU faculty are members of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
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