Science Tuesday

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. […]

MGH’s new automated anesthetic system, promising for comatose patients

MGH’s new automated anesthetic system, promising for comatose patients

Imagine that it is the week before finals. Think about those long hours cramming in Mugar […]

Researchers discover hormone in male mosquitoes that may aid in the prevention of Malaria

Researchers discover hormone in male mosquitoes that may aid in the prevention of Malaria

It’s kind of hard to believe that scientists study the mating hormones of mosquitoes, but a […]

Researchers discover technique for new genome, improving biotechnology field

Recent developments in the field of synthetic biology show not only that can we produce life, […]

Researchers develop an improved cochlear implant that conveys pitch

Researchers develop an improved cochlear implant that conveys pitch

Those of us that can hear often take our fantastically complex and precise ears for granted. […]