NEIDL, Broad scientists say next-generation vaccines could stimulate another arm of the immune system, imparting better protection against coronavirus variants
BU epidemiologists say a link is plausible, but that more research needs to be done
Benjamin Wolozin at the BU School of Medicine addresses the controversy and questions about the new Biogen drug
BU scientists are investigating how environmental molecules can be used to engineer “designer” microbiomes for combating disease, pollution, and more
BU researchers say there is a need for custom speech therapy treatments for people suffering from language loss, especially Hispanic bilingual patients
BU environment and climate experts are hoping to see major changes in the next nine years, including investments in clean energy, alternative transportation, and more
BU’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute receives $38.3 million from the National Institutes of Health to fund bench-to-bedside research.
The Vertex Foundation awards the Center for Antiracist Research $1.5 million to support research and data collection to identify innovative policies that may reduce or eliminate racial disparities.
The National Science Foundation awards Wheelock College of Education $3 million to study whether simulations can improve education for students with disabilities.
School of Public Health researcher receives $6 million from National Institute on Aging to pursue link between pollution and rates of dementia.view all
? 7 BU faculty are members of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
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