Science Tuesday

Helmet designs can reduce concussion risk by 50 percent, study shows

You’ve seen it all over the news lately: concussions pose a serious risk, especially for football […]

Smoky Rooms: Chemicals deposited by cigarette smoke can cause health problems on their own, research shows

Smoky Rooms: Chemicals deposited by cigarette smoke can cause health problems on their own, research shows

We have all been told plenty of times: Smoking is hazardous for your health. Ever since D.A.R.E. came […]

Run for your lives: Exercise for cancer patients can cut mortality rates in half, study suggests

Exercise just may be the key to cure cancer, or at least one step toward getting […]

Miller-Urey experiment redux: Researchers seek origins of life in safer recreation of 1953 study

Miller-Urey experiment redux: Researchers seek origins of life in safer recreation of 1953 study

Put yourself in a world with a harsh, dark, fiery atmosphere. There is no one in […]

BU study finds shorter alcohol, drug screening forms effective

As college students, we are often exposed to alcohol and drugs. While most students graduate without […]

Childhood obesity: Is fast food really to blame?

Childhood obesity: Is fast food really to blame?

The rise of the fast food industry has coincided with a rise in American children being […]

Take intensive medication without the needle

MIT researchers discover how medications administered through injections may be taken orally in future treatments of […]

The FreeD: Creativity without compromise

The FreeD: Creativity without compromise

New milling tool developed by MIT researchers may have wide implications in oil, art and medical […]

Creativity comes to a halt in the classroom

We’re in need of some glitter glue — creativity in students has decreased over the past […]

Seeing life through a different lens

Seeing life through a different lens

Boston-based study shows majority of hemianopia patients prefer peripheral prism glasses to help them get around. […]