Upcoming events announced to help researchers find funding, conduct research, bring ideas to market, and promote their work.
Nationwide study, co-led by BU researcher Sarah Ketchen Lipson, reveals a majority of students say mental health has impacted their academic performance
University leadership and scientists, in detailed case study of COVID-related measures and outcomes, hope BU’s insights can aid other institutions, corporations
The funding will further their respective research in brain function and algorithm optimization
BU researcher Leanne Yinusa-Nyahkoon is working on a digital health tool that provides healthcare support earlier—even before conception
BU engineers say the printing press–like machine could be installed at, and used by, hospitals, corporations, and universities
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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