Richard Primack studies Thoreau's notes to monitor the effects of global warming.
Sustainable living takes investment. Nalin Kulatilaka works to make those investments in low-income areas.
Ranga Myneni uses satellite imagery to record the effects of drought in the Amazon.
A research center focused on solving critical health and social development issues in poverty-stricken countries.
Darrell Kotton talks about pulmonary medicine, stem cells, and building a lab to conduct research.
Robert Kaufmann employs a statistical model to explain trends in global warming.
Donald Thea is out to reform the treatment of childhood diseases.
A primer for faculty and staff currently operating or planning international programs.
Mitchell Zuckoff converses about his WWII plane crash survival tale, Lost in Shangri-La.
Paul Withers utilizes data from the Curiosity landing to study Mars's outer atmosphere.
A six-week immersion program for School of Medicine students teaches resourcefulness and language skills.
BU invites the highest-performing incoming freshmen to take part in its honors program.
Japonica Brown-Saracino explores social preservation and gentrification in lesbian communities.
Jim Collins and Kyle Allison chat about combating antibiotic-resistant bacteria with sugar.
André de Quadros uses theater to address public health issues in South America.
Merav Opher discusses space physics, the edge of the universe, and women in science.
Investigating the causes of chronic kidney disease in hot climates.