Science & Technology

BUSM profs. see new growth in cell development

Boston University School of Medicine professors have discovered that tissues taken from specific cells were not […]

BU retains tech. budget, works to increase services

Boston University was among hundreds of universities not making budget cuts in technology in 2012, making […]

H1N1 vaccine may worsen symptoms, study finds

The H1N1 flu vaccine might actually worsen symptoms of the potentially deadly flu in animals exposed […]

Community members unconvinced of safety measures in BU biolab

Community members unconvinced of safety measures in BU biolab

Although proponents of the National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories said the facilities have the proper safeguards, […]

Doomsday no more: BU researchers find oldest Mayan calendar

The world’s end may not arrive in December 2012 after all. An archeology expedition led by […]

Seau family considering brain donation to BU, still undecided

Junior Seau’s family is determining whether or not they will donate his brain for research, which […]

Public meeting for biolab set for April

The National Institutes of Health announced it will hold a public meeting on April 19 to […]

BU enrollment in math, sciences, tech rises slightly

Enrollment for Boston University science-based programs has shown moderate growth, despite a recent trend of decreasing […]

BU profs find DNA connection to onset of menopause

Researchers at Boston University’s School of Public Health and School of Medicine found 13 new genetic […]

The real butterfly in your stomach: Scientists explore the possibility of a “second brain” in our gut

Ever had someone tell you to follow your gut? Or maybe you’ve been sitting with a […]